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Jan 29, 2007

PPTI to Aid University of Arizona in Regenerative Medicine Work

  • Protein Polymer Technologies (PPTI) will provide genetically engineered protein polymers to the University of Arizona Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, according to a materials transfer agreement.

    The University of Arizona plans to design, fabricate, and test the properties of protein-based biomaterials and scaffolds for applications in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine using PPTI's protein polymers.

    Under the agreement, PPTI will have the first option to negotiate a worldwide, exclusive or nonexclusive, royalty-bearing license agreement to the University's inventions or joint inventions enabled by the use of PPTI's protein polymers.



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