Innerdyne licenses siloxane coating to US Surgical:
This article was originally published in Clinica
US Surgical and InnerDyne have reached agreement to license InnerDyne's proprietary siloxane covering for minimally-invasive surgical products. US Surgical will test coated samples and, if successful, Sunnyvale, California-based InnerDyne will transfer the process to a US Surgical factory. InnerDyne will get a licence fee and royalty payments, though the amounts were undisclosed.
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