Project Description

Amniotic base Technology- AmnioJect

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AmnioJect is composed of sterilized dehydrated micronized human allograft derived from the inner lining of the human placenta organ. The placenta membrane consists of amnion/chorion layers.

AmnioJect is a clinically effective minimally manipulated allograft.
AmnioJect is attained from the proprietary PURION® Process which removes blood components while simultaneously protecting the scaffold of the amniotic membrane, leaving an intact extracellular matrix.
AmnioJect offers injectable capabilities for therapeutic application.

All placental tissues are recovered under sterile conditions from patients who have been screened for underlying infectious disease.
No chemicals are used in the PURION® Process that might result in chemical cross-linking or decellularization.

Key Features:

  • Contains a combination of amniotic growth factors and cytokines unique to placental tissue.
  • Can be stored at ambient conditions for up to five years.
  • Reduces inflammation at the injection site, enhancing regeneration.
  • Enhances the normal wound healing process.
  • Anti-Scarring.
  • Immune Privileged – Amniotic tissues have shown little to no HLA-A, B, C antigens and β2 microglobulin.
  • About Human Amniotic Membrane
    Human amniotic membrane is a unique material located in the innermost layer of the placenta organ and lines the amniotic cavity. This tissue presents a very complex interrelationship of materials that possess numerous physiologic characteristics which offer beneficial attributes that leverage the body’s tissue healing milieu.
  • Amniotic Membrane Composition Contains:
    – Collagen types I, III, IV, V, and VII.
    – Structural extracellular matrix (ECM).
    – Specialized proteins fibronectin, laminins, proteoglycans and glycosaminoglycans.
    – Healing growth factors – epidermal growth factor (EGF), transforming growth factor beta (TGF-b), fibroblast growth factor (FGF), and platelet derived growth factor (PDGF).