Acellular Prosthesis

The use in animal models and in humans of complex allogeneic and xenogeneic tissues, depleted of their living cells is by freezing or other methods, has been shown to be immunologically acceptable without the use of immunosuppressants.It is known from studies in experimental animals and humans that acellular allogeneic and tissues, many available through tissue banks, is becoming well established. Further, the growing xenogeneic implants have been accepted by their hosts. Acellular collagen matrices, in the form of foams with and without bone precursor minerals, have been used as vehicles for delivering a variety of bone.
  • Morphogenetic proteins.
  • Prosthesis based breast reconstruction
  • Acellular dermal matrices
  • Soft tissue replacement

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