Our technology

Tissue regeneration is the re-growth and repair of a damaged tissue or an organ affected by disease or natural degradation. Regeneration occurs naturally in species from bacteria to human, typically in tailed amphibians, which are capable of regenerating their tail, eyes, and internal organs. The regeneration and growth of a tissue is a process mediated by several parameters, one of which is the mechanical support surrounding the tissue cells.

CellFoam™ is made of natural materials, fully biocompatible and biodegradable, and rich with natural cellular adhesion sites (RGD motifs), making it an ideal scaffold for supporting cell growth.

SEM image of an in-vitro CellFoam™ seeded with fibroblasts. Pore structure of the scaffold is visible with fibroblasts growing around and near the pore opening.

CellFoam™ is a foam scaffold available as bio-adhesive, flowable, or as a stable 3D solid matrix. The flowable version of CellFoam™ is compatible with minimally invasive treatments. When injected into the tissue, it stabilizes into a 3D matrix. The solid version is placed in the tissue through surgical procedures. Once in the tissue, the CellFoam™ offers optimal mechanical support for the surrounding cells to grow and repair the tissue. As such, CellFoam™ is ideal for multiple unmet applications in regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.

The technology has demonstrated its long-term safety and efficacy in repairing tissue suffering from irreversible periodontal disease and in achieving collagen formation in the skin. It is also successfully used to treat urinary incontinence in female dogs.

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