Downstream process development, Chemical Engineering

Dear expert minds I have to program in Matlab a series of Unit operations for protein purification fro crude mixture. Starting from the centrifugation arriving to the formulation of the final product. Can you make a script (or help me) in making a script for such process? how much would this cost to me? (you can calulate the price also by singular unit operation) Kind regards
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