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  • Accentus Medical plc - Developer of advanced surface technologies, coatings and treatments for implantable medical devices.
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  • Biometic - Australian company that develops and manufactures bioactive scaffold systems for tissue engineering and bioreactor culture. These are optimized for a range of soft and hard tissue applications.
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  • Body Shop - Article on replacing body parts including structural, hearing, vision and heart devices, and a consideration of what may be possible in the future.
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  • Deomedicus - Independent research foundation focusing on stem cell disorders.
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  • diaDexus - Dedicated to the discovery and commercialization of novel molecular diagnostics. A joint venture between SmithKline Beecham and Incyte.
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  • Genentech - Uses human genetic information to develop and manufacture pharmaceuticals such as growth hormones, tissue-plasminogen activators to dissolve blood clots, and cystic fibrosis therapeutics.
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  • Isotis - IsoTis, a Dutch biomedical company with a focus on orthopaedics, merged with Modex, a Swiss biotechnology company with a focus on wound management.
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  • MatTek Corporation - Company involved in tissue engineering of human cell-based tissue engineering constructs.
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  • Morphogenesis and Regenerative Medicine Institute - Integrative biology effort at the University of Virginia targeting the basic principles underlying how cells form, organize, maintain, regenerate, and repair the proper three dimensional structures of tissues and organs.
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  • NeuroTHOR - Provides information on nerve regeneration with laser and LED photobiomodulation.
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  • Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative - Regional biomedical collaboration for economic development through the advancement and commercialization of tissue engineering and related technologies.
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  • Regeneration Technologies, Inc. (RTI) - Company involved in processing human tissue for allogenic grafts used in orthopedic, oral maxillofacial, urinary and cardiovascular surgeries.
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  • Tissue Biology Research Unit - University Children's Hospital, Zurich - Goals, scientific projects and personnel of the Tissue Biology Besearch Unit subgroup of the Department of Surgery of the University Children's Hospital in Zurich.
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  • Tissue Engineering - Wikipedia article describing the use of a combination of cells, engineering and materials methods to improve or replace biological functions, in particular applications that repair or replace portions of or whole tissues.
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  • Tissue engineering and cell culture tools - Chambers for maintaining differentiated tissues in culture.
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  • Tissue Engineering Pages - Tissue engineering portal, with membership features. Artificial organs, cell culture, biomaterials, transplantation, news, jobs.
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  • Tissue Engineering: Parts A, B and C - Specialist publication now divided into three journals. Part A presents peer-reviewed papers, Part B includes high quality review papers and Part C outlines methods, procedures and protocols.
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