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in Europe II-27

Orthomimetics Receives CE Mark Approval for Chondromimetic

Implant II-27

Cook Medical Unveils Next Generation BiodesignTM Technology II-27

Brennen Medical Introduces XenMatriX II-28

W. L. Gore & Associates Introduces GORE BIO-A Tissue

Reinforcement II-28

LifeCell Corp. Secures FDA Approval for StratticeTM Tissue Matrix II-28

Atrium Medical Secures FDA Approval for C-QURLiteTM Mesh II-29

TEI Biosciences Introduces SurgiMendTM Collagen Matrix II-29

4. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-31

Cook Medical Bags Major Soft-Tissue Repair Contract II-31

RTI Biologics Inks Agreement with Davol II-31

TEI Biosciences and MedPort, LLC Ink Agreement II-31

Biomet Takes Over Cartilix II-31

Synovis Life Technologies Acquires Pegasus Biologics II-32

Davol Acquires XenMatrix II-32

TiGenix Acquires Orthomimetics II-32

Regrow Establishes Stem Cell Laboratory in Lonavala II-33

Cook Medical Inks an Agreement with Premier Purchasing II-33

Kensey Nash to Re-acquire Distribution Rights for OsseoFit II-33

Tornier Enters into Partnership with T.A.G Medical Products II-33

Synovis Divests Interventional Business II-34

USHIFU Takes Over Focus Surgery II-34

Regeneration Technologies Merges with Tutogen Medical II-34

Pegasus Biologics to Expand Facilities II-34

Adept Technology Collaborates with Prosurgics to Develop

Surgical Robots II-35

Orteq Bioengineering Receives Funding to Back Actifit™ Launch II-35

AngioDynamics Pockets Oncobionic II-35

Kinetic Concepts Takes-Over LifeCell II-36

Covidien Buys Scandius BioMedical II-36

MiMedx Acquires SpineMedica II-36

Pioneer Surgical Technologies Purchases Encelle II-36

Biomet Inks Agreement with Kensey Nash II-37

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