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Bacterin International Introduces OsteoSelect(R) DBM Putty
Date:3/10/2010

orthopedic end users has been overwhelmingly positive.  It was Bacterin's goal to bring to the market a bone graft substitute that offers the surgeon excellent handling properties and device level sterility without compromising the biologic performance of the material.  We have achieved that goal."

OsteoSelect® DBM Putty is a malleable bone grafting material comprised of demineralized bone matrix allograft suspended in a polymer carrier material.  The product was engineered using feedback from key surgeons in several orthopedic specialties, with a focus on providing solutions to the shortcomings noted with other commercially available DBM products.  The osteoinductive potential of every lot of terminally sterilized OsteoSelect® is evaluated in an animal model prior to release thus providing surgeons with a bone grafting solution that is both safe and biologically active.  Bacterin licensed the proprietary carrier technology from Osteotech Inc., and funding provided by a grant from the Montana Board of Research and Commercialization Technology was essential to the concept development and preclinical studies of the OsteoSelect® product.

OsteoSelect® DBM Putty will be commercially launched at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons in New Orleans, Louisiana, March 10-12.


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