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Executive Summary

Allvivo, one of the newest surface modification companies, is jumping into the hottest and most financeable segment of the medical device industry with its own drug-coated coronary stent. Its biomimetic stent coating has two properties that suit it for its intended use; a polymer coating that prevents the attachment and activation of platelets, fibringoen and other coagulation enzymes at the stent surface, and an anti-inflammatory protein.

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