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Ioannis V Yannas, Philip L Gordon, Chor Huang, Frederick H Silver, John F Burke: Crosslinked collagen-mucopolysaccharide composite materials. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Arthur A Smith Jr, David E Brook, July 28, 1981: US04280954 (199 worldwide citation)

Composite materials are disclosed which are formed by contacting collagen with a mucopolysaccharide and subsequently covalently crosslinking the resultant polymer. These composite materials have a balance of mechanical, chemical and physiological properties which make them useful in surgical sutures ...


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Crosslinked collagen-mucopolysaccharide composite materials. Massachusetts Inst Technology, June 28, 1978: GB1515963-A (26 worldwide citation)

1515963 Cross-linked polymer of collagen and a mucopolysaccharide MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 8 July 1976 [15 July 1975] 28359/76 Heading C3H A cross-linked polymer of collagen and a mucopolysaccharide obtained by reacting collagen with the mucopolysaccharide and cross-linking the product ...


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Yannas Ioannis V, Gordon Philip L, Huang Chor, Silver Frederick H, Burke John F: Substances composees de mucopolysaccharides et de collagene reticules, Crosslinked collagen mucopolysaccharide composite materials. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, BORDEN LADNER GERVAIS, October 14, 1980: CA1087610 (11 worldwide citation)

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSUREComposite materials are disclosed which are formed bycontacting collagen with a mucopolysaccharide and subsequentlycrosslinking the resultant polymer. These composite materialshave a balance of mechanical, chemical and physiological proper-ties which make them useful in sur ...


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CELL-SUPPORT MATRIX HAVING NARROWLY DEFINED UNIFORMLY VERTICALLY AND NON-RANDOMLY ORGANIZED POROSITY AND PORE DENSITY AND A METHOD FOR PREPARATION THEREOF. October 19, 2017: US20170298320-A1

A cell-support matrix having narrowly defined uniformly vertically and non-randomly organized porosity and pore density and a method for preparation thereof. The matrix suitable for preparation of cellular or acellular implants for growth and de novo formation of an articular hyaline-like cartilage. ...


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METHOD FOR USE OF A DOUBLE-STRUCTURED TISSUE IMPLANT FOR TREATMENT OF TISSUE DEFECTS. Histogenics Corporation, September 13, 2018: US20180256309-A1

A method for use of a double-structured tissue implant or a secondary scaffold stand-alone implant for treatment of tissue defects. The double-structured tissue implant comprising a primary scaffold and a secondary scaffold consisting of a soluble collagen solution in combination with a non-ionic su ...