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Patent Title : A Cartilaginous Implant and Method for Constructing a Cartilaginous Part for Implantation in a Subject
Patent Registration No : -MY-145715-A
R&D The invention is at the lab stage or proof concept stage
Pre-Commercial The invention is currently in the process of field testing
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Product Year :
A method for constructing a cartilaginous part in the shape of the trachea for implantation in a subject in need.
- Promotes 4 times higher chondrocyte growth rate
- Provides 15 times more chondrocytes than the conventional medium
- Supports higher cell viability and shorter doubling time
- Demonstrates higher quality in morphological appearance, histological analysis and one- step RT-PCR evaluation
Cartilage tissue engineering, to replace implant treatment.
Promotes 4 times higher chondrocyte growth rate
Supports higher cell viability and shorter doubling time
Provides 15 times more chondrocytes than the conventional medium
Demonstrates higher quality in morphological appearance, histological analysis and one- step RT-PCR evaluation