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Whether TGF-[beta] exerts its effect on bone matrix synthesis by direct mechanism is controversial.
OsteoSelect PLUS Demineralized Bone Matrix (DBM) Putty is the first 510(k) approval for Bacterin International since becoming a subsidiary of Xtant Medical and the new product will help drive the growth and provides an opportunity for increased market share.
market its Puros Demineralized Bone Matrix (DBM) Block and Strip--bone graft substitutes designed to stimulate natural bone formation processes in spinal surgery.
MTF says DBX matrix is a combination of demineralized bone coupled with a unique natural carrier and provides numerous in-use advantages when compared with other currently marketed demineralized bone matrix tissue forms.
For example, human-derived products--demineralized bone matrix, structural allografts and stem cells--are widely used in the US whereas synthetics are favored among EU surgeons owing to attitudes toward cadaver tissue in some countries.
8,992,964 entitled "Process for Demineralization of Bone Matrix with Preservation of Natural Growth Factors" from the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Silicon acts as a regulator for calcium and phosphorus uptake and directly contributes to a healthy bone cortex and a well-calcified bone matrix in the horse.
has launched BioAdapt DBM Foam, a flexible emineralized bone matrix (DBM) solution with unique handling capabilities.
Austin, TX, announced they have entered into an agreement to co-promote Osteotech's Grafton Demineralized Bone Matrix (DBM) with Spinal Concept's InFix Interbody Fusion System for the treatment of degenerative disc disease of lumbar spine.
Allografts, bone morphogenetic proteins, demineralised bone matrix, bone substitutes and machined bones, together contribute to overall category of spine biologics.
healing of wounds, burns, and bedsores, cartilage repair, bone matrix reconstitution, ligament and tendon reconstitution, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus erythematosus, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, etc.
Bioactive glass currently is considered one of the most biocompatible materials in the bone regeneration field due to its bioactivity, osteoconductivity (a scaffold's ability to support cell attachment and subsequent bone matrix deposition and formation) and osteoinductivity (a scaffold that encourages osteogenic precursor cells to differentiate into mature bone-forming cells).