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EuroPCR 2017: Xeltis' Regenerated Heart Valve Shows Promising Early Preclinical Data

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It may still be early days but Xeltis' second product from its Endogenous Tissue Restoration platform technology, an aortic valve scaffold, is showing promising results in animal studies. The data, presented at EuroPCR, showed that the bioresorbable aortic valve had good hemodynamic performance and fully functional valves in vivo six months after implantation.

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