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2], is one of the well characterized biomaterials, widely used in bone tissue restoration because of its chemical composition and structural similarity to natural bone minerals.
Thomas has created numerous high-quality jobs for the State's residents and world-class innovative products for testing and tissue restoration.
According to the company Xeltis is the first-ever medical device company developing bioabsorbable cardiac valves and vessels designed to allowEndogenous Tissue Restoration (ETR).
The company's patented single-pass perfusion technology enables the selective expansion of certain cell populations which have been shown to promote wound healing, new blood vessel formation and tissue restoration and address the underlying inflammation associated with CLI.