University spinoff continues developing bone scaffold

01/22/2013 | Crain's Detroit Business (free registration)

Tissue Regeneration Systems, a University of Michigan spinoff, continues to raise capital in support of its polycaprolactone-based mesh to grow new bone. The mesh is designed to be used in place of titanium implants. The company hopes to have the product on the market within two years.

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