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Biotechnology company marketing a synthetic hydrogel for cell culture applications.
Aastrom Biosciences, Inc.
Develops proprietary process technologies and devices for cell therapy applications, including stem cell therapies and gene therapy.
Accentus Medical plc
Developer of advanced surface technologies, coatings and treatments for implantable medical devices.
Articular Engineering, LLC
Transplantation tissue "Alginate Recovered Chondrocytes" for treatment of damaged or diseased cartilage and intervertebral disc disorders.
Global supplier of human tissue and human tissue-based research services to pharmaceutical companies engaged in drug discovery and development.
Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation ACI
A comprehensive summary of the autologous chondrocyte implantation technique for articular cartilage repair.
Provides human tissues and biological materials for molecular research, drug development and diagnostic testing. Also a repository of frozen and fixed specimens of major tumor types and diseased states.
Australian company that develops and manufactures bioactive scaffold systems for tissue engineering and bioreactor culture. These are optimized for a range of soft and hard tissue applications.
Article on replacing body parts including structural, hearing, vision and heart devices, and a consideration of what may be possible in the future.
CellCoTec Cartilage Repair Technology
Develops a single surgery cell-based therapy for cartilage repair. The company employs an autologous chondrocyte implantation technique.
Developer and supplier of tissue arrays, as well as offering staining and hybridization services. Includes details of products and applications. Maryland, USA.
Independent research foundation focusing on stem cell disorders.
Uses human genetic information to develop and manufacture pharmaceuticals such as growth hormones, tissue-plasminogen activators to dissolve blood clots, and cystic fibrosis therapeutics.
Georgia Tech/Emory Center for the Engineering of Living Tissues
A Research Center for technology development, includes center specific information and a newsletter.
Glycosan Biosystems, Inc.
Developer of non-immunogenic, chemically defined 3D extracellular matrices for tissue engineering applications.
IsoTis, a Dutch biomedical company with a focus on orthopaedics, merged with Modex, a Swiss biotechnology company with a focus on wound management.
Company involved in tissue engineering of human cell-based tissue engineering constructs.
Morphogenesis and Regenerative Medicine Institute
Integrative biology effort at the University of Virginia targeting the basic principles underlying how cells form, organize, maintain, regenerate, and repair the proper three dimensional structures of tissues and organs.
National Disease Research Interchange
Providing human cells, tissues and organs for research purposes. Explains tissue sources and applications, and includes a biospecimen catalog for authorised researchers. Based in Philadelphia, USA.
Provides information on nerve regeneration with laser and LED photobiomodulation.
Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative
Regional biomedical collaboration for economic development through the advancement and commercialization of tissue engineering and related technologies.
Regeneration Technologies, Inc. RTI
Company involved in processing human tissue for allogenic grafts used in orthopedic, oral maxillofacial, urinary and cardiovascular surgeries.
Developing products for regenerative medicine, primarily for musculoskeletal applications, using tissue-engineering technologies. The company has a product pipeline, NIH-funded projects and patents have been submitted. San Diego, California.
Tissue Biology Research Unit - University Children's Hospital, Zurich
Goals, scientific projects and personnel of the Tissue Biology Besearch Unit subgroup of the Department of Surgery of the University Children's Hospital in Zurich.
Wikipedia article describing the use of a combination of cells, engineering and materials methods to improve or replace biological functions, in particular applications that repair or replace portions of or whole tissues.
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