Finding the perfect fit
An outstanding combination of biocompatibility, biodegradability and design flexibility makes our PURASORB® polymers the perfect fit for developing scaffolds for tissue regeneration…
Our resorbable polymers for tissue regeneration scaffolds support the natural healing process of the body and have been used commercially in medical and pharmaceutical applications for many years.
But our PURASORB doesn’t just benefit patients: The material can be processed via a range of processing techniques including extrusion, compression molding and injection molding - and it’s compatible with different sterilization techniques.
Biobased polymers for tissue regeneration scaffolds
When it comes to resorbable polymers for tissue regeneration scaffolds, our PURASORB solutions are commercially available in our Polylactide platform, our PLGA (lactide/glycolide copolymers) platform, and our Capro (lactide/caprolactone copolymers) platform.
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