Biotectix gets $3M investment for conductive polymer technology

09/10/2010 | Xconomy

Michigan-based Biotectix has received an investment worth $3 million from Allied Minds to help it develop its conductive polymer technology designed to enhance the interaction between implantable medical devices and the human body and tissues. The company also introduced a preclinical trial to test the safety and efficacy of an implantable electrostimulation system.

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