Spinal tech developer Spineology said today that it expanded its relationship with the Muscoloskeletal Transplant Foundation, making it the sole tissue provider for its allograft product lines.
The expanded deal makes MTF the sole provider of tissue for Minneapolis-based Spineology’s new Incite cortical fibers bone grafting solution.
“MTF has a long track record of delivering safe, high quality tissue products using the most stringent standards in the industry. Our expanded relationship allows us to pass along that safety and quality to our customers,” CEO John Booth said in a prepared release.
The company’s Incite cortical fibers are designed to stimulate bone growth and support cellular attachment and proliferation.
“The Incite cortical fibers give me great intra-operative flexibility because of the handling properties and versatility of the product,” Dr. Charles Park, of Baltimore’s Mercy Medical Center, said in prepared remarks.
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