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Grande and Petite: The size of particles that can pass through a membrane.

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    Grande and Petite are the size of particles that can pass through a membrane.

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    OK, but what is the question you need help with?

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    Is Grande and Petite the sizes of particles that can pass through a membrane?

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    Sorry, answering other questions.

    I haven't come across the terms before in this context, so I'm afraid I can't help.

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