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Arterion AB

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

Bacterial cellulose used in the pulp and paper industry has found a new home in the creation of artificial blood vessels for cardiovascular repair. The synthetic material from Sweden's Arterion AB is noteworthy because it appears to function well in small-diameter bypass surgery. The replacement vascular graft also avoids the drawbacks of harvesting veins from the legs and arms. The company believes it can tailor the material to nearly any shape or mechanical property.
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