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September 10th, 2003
Startup's nanocement replaces bones
Changsheng Liu, professor of Science and Engineering at East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST), and director of Shanghai Rebone Biomaterials Co., Ltd., spent a little more than 10 years developing a revolutionary new nanocement for regrowing bones and teeth. Now he wants to make waves in the international biotech industry. The self-setting, nanocalcium phosphate cement (CPC) takes two commercial forms: Rebone Gutai for bones and Catai for teeth.
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