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Default Orthogonal Matrix method for optimization of Culture conditions



Hi I am Saurabh Sharma from India and this is my first post here. My "Hi" for all the members on this forum.

Well, while reading a research article I came across this method for optimization of culture conditions for optimally growing an organism in lab. I googled around for it but couldn't find anything relevant to me. Can any body tell me something about this method and provide me with online resources to study it
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