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An allograft fusion solution with a wide array of endogenous growth factors.

Clinical Publications

Allogeneic morphogenetic protein vs. recombinant human bone morphogenic protein-2 in lumbar interbody fusion procedures: or radiographic and econimic analysis

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Clinical Evaluation of Allogeneic Growth Factor in Cervical Spine Fusion

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Clinical Validation of Allogeneic Morphogenic Protein: Donor Intervariability: Terminal irradiation and Age of Product is not Clinically Relevant

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  1. Data on file. RPT-000327 Report of Growth Factor Concentrations in Bone and Bone Marrow Aspirate, December 3, 2010, Advanced Biologics, LLC. Data from a single lot of OSTEOAMP sponge product.

  2. Data on file. TR1005 Growth Factor Concentrations in Sponges, Granules and Putty, July 5, 2011, Advanced Biologics, LLC.

  3. Roh JS, Yeung CA, Field JS, McClellan RT. Allogeneic morphogenetic protein vs. recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein-2 in lumbar interbody fusion rocedures: a radiographic and economic analysis. J Orthop Surg Res, 2013, 8:49 doi:10.1186/1749-799X-8-49.

  4. Bae H, Zhao L, Zhu D, Kanim L, Wang J, Delamarter R. Variability Across Ten Production Lots of a Single Demineralized Bone Matrix Product. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2010; 92:427-435.