R&D Grows with New Researcher

October 16, 2020 /

We are glad to announce the newest addition to our team, Obiora Azie. Obi received his PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Florida. He specializes in the modeling, engineering and characterization of magnetic particles for Biomedical Applications. He will be joining us as a Sr Research Associate and will be focusing on the development and optimization of magnetic…

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Placental Matrix regenerates bones and salvages the limbs of two dogs with septic nonunion

September 5, 2020 /

Placental matrix has recently demonstrated promise as a way to overcome septic nonunion in small dogs, a notorious challenge in the veterinary community. In these animals, surgeons face difficulties with large bone voids, poor incorporation, poor vascular supply, and persistent infection. In recent experimental case studies, Veterinary surgeon Stanley Kim overcame these challenges and saved the limbs of two small…

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42Bio awarded NSF SBIR Phase I for COVID related Magnetic Separations

August 13, 2020 /

Body: With the devastating effects of the COVID pandemic becoming fully apparent, 42Bio inc. responded to the NSF’s “Dear Colleagues” letter requesting submission of SBIR Phase I applications funding the development of technologies that can support the fight against COVID. An adaptation of 42Bio’s proprietary magnetic separation technology was proposed for the harvest and transfer of COVID specific antibodies from…

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Young giraffe saved following recovery from catastrophic septic arthritis

July 2, 2020 /

Placental matrix has shown to aid in the regeneration of bone as well as the healing of blood vessels and skin. In January 2020 Adam Biedrzycki, BVSc., Ph.D., an assistant professor of equine surgery at the University of Florida, was asked to assist in the treatment of a 2-year-old reticulated Giraffe named JoJo. JoJo had severe septic arthritis in the…

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