Cell Implant Production
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In case of a possible cooperation in the field of cell engineering and for the production of a wide scale of cell implants, there is a modern workplace at free disposal, which includes: premises that are in accord with D, C and B/A classes of cleanliness, necessary technological equipment and with an established system of quality control.
- Scope of work – testing, processing, preservation, packaging, storage and distribution
- Scope of field – Autologous and allogeneic tissues and cells of human origin:
- musculoskeletal tissues and cells (bone, cartilage, ligaments, tendons)
- cardiovascular tissues and cells (blood vessels, heart valves, pericardium)
- skin cells or tissues (skin, derma, keratinocytes, fibroblasts)
- fetal membranes (amnion, chorion)
- Improderm- cultured autologous fibroblasts
- Chondroautocell- cultured autologous chondrocytes
- Epiderm – cultured allogeneic skin cells on the carrier (preparation of clinical study)
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