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Growth Factor Regulation in Blood Products for Improved Wound Healing

Growth factor regulation is a key function of the extracellular matrix and critical for proper blood vessel growth and maturation during wound healing. In particular, blood vessel sprouting is essenti...
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William Murphy, David Belair, Ngoc Nhi Le, Michael Toepke, Nicholas Impellitteri, Connie Chamberlain | P160179US01

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Calibrated Drill Sleeve Also Protects Soft Tissue

Drills are commonly used during orthopedic surgery to place screws that allow fixation of fractured bones. One problem that surgeons face while drilling is the overlying soft tissue becoming entangled...
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Kenneth Xu, Austin Crow, Josh Kolz, Sarah Sandock, John Renfrew | P120364US01

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Microfluidic Device for Drug Delivery

Oral ingestion of pharmaceuticals is considered the safest, most convenient and most economical method of administering drugs. However, many pharmaceuticals cannot be delivered orally because they are...
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David Beebe, Michael MacDonald, David Eddington, Glennys Mensing | P04240US

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