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Activagen mouldable bone paste

   
OGS-ACM-5 OsteoPL Mall ok
 
Activagen mouldable bone paste
is based on heterologous DBM made of demineralised equine cortical bone.
 
Activagen contains the signals typical of demineralised bone matrix
which directly stimulate the formation of new bone tissue. The growth factors it naturally contains are reduced to peptides (protein fragments), which although retaining their stimulation function have no antigen potential.
 
Bioteck mouldable bone paste
is already associated with spongy bone chips (0.4-2 mm), which give the graft an excellent consistency. It is packaged in pre-cut 2, 5 and 10 cc syringes ready for use.
 
Bone pastes
Bioteck bone pastes are obtained from equine bone tissues. The exclusive Bioteck enzymatic deantigenation process is followed by the total demineralization of bone matrix through acid hydrolization of Calcium salts. This treatment exposes completely the collagen fibers, giving an osteopromoting demineralized bone matrix (DBM).
Moreover, bone collagen (here in its native conformation) acts as a co-activator of endogenous growth factors and as a substrate for cellular adhesion. These features create an optimal physiological and biological environment for bone regeneration.
 
 
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pulsantischedatecnica2 ING
OGS-ACM5
Mouldable paste - 5 cc syringe
 
OGS-ACM10
Mouldable paste - 10 cc syringe
Treatment of severe loss of substance
pseudoarthrosis, arthrodesis. It can be used alone or in association with autologous growth factors and cell concentrates.
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