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Table SI-1. Numerical estimations of electrokinetic and hydrodynamic properties of BSA through the Hermans-Fujita model as a function of bulk pH at 25 ºC when the protein permeability is calculated through Eq. (9) and gf = 1. The following constants are used: N =583, vp=0.708 cm3/g, M = 66387 g/mol, ao=2.92 Å, ac =26.51 Å, pI=5.71 and I ≈ 10 mM. For pH 7, the b value required is smaller than ac and the numerical code cannot converge with the “free draining dilute model” of protein permeability.

Table SI-2. Numerical estimations of electrokinetic and hydrodynamic properties of STN through the Hermans-Fujita model as a function of bulk pH at 25 ºC when the protein permeability is calculated through Eq. (9) and gf = 1. The following constants are used: N =149, vp=0.712 cm3/g, M =16792 g/mol, ao=2.91 Å, ac =16.79 Å, pI = 9.63. For pH 8.9, the b value required is smaller than ac and the numerical code cannot converge with the “free draining dilute model” of protein permeability.

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