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Centennial, CO, United States

Patent
AlloSource | Date: 2015-10-05

Compositions comprising a cartilage sheet comprising a plurality of interconnected cartilage tiles and a biocompatible carrier are provided. Methods of manufacturing cartilage compositions comprising a cartilage sheet comprising a plurality of interconnected cartilage tiles are also provided.


Patent
AlloSource | Date: 2015-05-15

Embodiments of the present technology include a graft for administration at a treatment site of a patient. The graft may include a human cadaveric bone material bonded together with a polymeric binder. The human cadaveric bone material may include demineralized bone particles. The demineralized bone particles may have an average diameter less than 1.1 mm, less than 750 m, less than 500 m, or less than 250 m. The human cadaveric bone material may include non-demineralized bone, cancellous bone, and/or cortical bone in embodiments. In some embodiments, bone from animals other than humans may be used, and the patient may be an animal other than a human.


Patent
AlloSource | Date: 2015-09-18

Flowable matrix compositions and methods of their use and manufacture are provided. Exemplary compositions may include a flowable, syringeable, putty-like form of acellular human dermal matrix. In some cases, compositions may include a moldable acellular collagen extracellular matrix. In use, the matrix compositions can be used to fill or treat skin voids, channel wounds, and other soft tissue deficiencies.


Patent
AlloSource | Date: 2015-09-18

Flowable matrix compositions and methods of their use and manufacture are provided. Exemplary compositions may include a flowable, syringeable, putty-like form of acellular human dermal matrix. In some cases, compositions may include a moldable acellular collagen extracellular matrix. In use, the matrix compositions can be used to fill or treat skin voids, channel wounds, and other soft tissue deficiencies.


Patent
AlloSource | Date: 2015-07-08

Embodiments of the present invention may include a method for improving handling characteristics of an amnion tissue. The method may include providing the amnion tissue from a human donor. Furthermore, the method may include exposing the amnion tissue to supercritical carbon dioxide to form an exposed amnion tissue. The exposed amnion tissue may have a higher ultimate tensile strength and elastic modulus than the amnion tissue before the exposure.

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