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October 18th, 2007

Czech cluster develops dressing that enhances wound healing

Abstract:
A patent for a new biologically active wound-dressing with healing effects is the first joint success of the Czech firms and experts cooperating within the scientific and research cluster Nanomedic, the cluster's manager Zuzana Pekarkova has told CTK.

The cluster has worked on seven projects since its establishment a year ago. Most recently it achieved the first successes when it applied for patents on a special method of the production of nanofibers for tissue engineering, and for a new type of biologically active dressings.

The cluster also works on targeted direction of medicines in a patient's organism, on methods of skin, bone and cartilage replacement, and on possible transfer of genetic information.

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