This article was originally published in Start Up
Executive SummaryUntil recently, there were no treatments to replace damaged cartilage. OsteoBiologics Inc., spun out of technology licensed from the University of Texas Health Science Center, has developed a resorbable biopolymer that may stand alone to mechanically replace damaged cartilage, or may serve as a biologically friendly scaffolding for cell therapies and techniques involving growth factors.
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