NSF Highlights Miromatrix at the 2016 BIO International Convention

The National Science Foundation caught up with us at the 2016 BIO International Convention and highlighted our tech.
 
"Dominique Seetapun, Ph.D., Miromatrix’ senior project development scientist, says the new technique improves upon existing technologies, which largely immerse organs in detergents that also degrade organ scaffolds, and complicate the growth of new cells into functional tissues and organs. Instead of submerging organs entirely in detergent, Miromatrix instead pumps the decellularization solution through the blood vessels, removing cells in less time and avoiding degradation of the scaffold, she says. The organs then can be recellularized and transplanted using current organ transplantation techniques."

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