This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Revised human allograft exclusive worldwide distribution agreement includes an option for Medtronic Sofamor Danek to purchase up to $10 mil. of Regeneration Technologies stock. The pact, which relates to RTI's specialty tissue allografts and bone paste used in spinal surgery, also calls for an increase in the licensing and transfer fees paid by Medtronic from 30% to "40-50%," RTI says. The restructured agreement reflects "the value of RTI's proprietary technology," including the BioCleanse tissue sterilization process, according to a June 19 RTI release. A next generation version of the BioCleanse process, introduced June 12, sterilizes tissue from single donors in separate chambers, eliminating the need to batch tissue from multiple donors...
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