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October 2nd, 2006

GNI Group Sees Demand for Synthetic Bone Material

Abstract:
GNI Ltd, a leading biopharmaceutical company in Asia, has announced that its China based affiliate Shanghai Genomics has expanded sales of Gu-Bang(TM), a new type of synthetic bone biomaterial, after winning several hospital supply contracts in Beijing, Shanghai and Guandong province.

Using state-of-art nanotechnology, Gu-Bang(TM) is chemically synthesized to create porous, biodegradable and rigid granules. The material, which is non-toxic, non-irritant and has excellent biocompatibility, does not contain proteins, DNA or endotoxins found in allografts, thus avoiding the risk of abnormal allergic and immunologic reactions following implantation.

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