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Wound-repairing Adhesive Made Of Sturgeon Swim Bladder
22.12.2012 02:17
Wound-repairing Adhesive Made Of Sturgeon Swim Bladder
Sturgeon

M.K. Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University (Yakutsk) conducts the research on the creation of medical biological adhesive based on the swim bladder of sturgeon.


      

The project employs the specialists of the Medical Institute and the chemists from the bio-geographical faculty of the university. It is planned that the new medical product will be used after operations on parenchymatous organs - liver, kidneys, spleen and lungs. The adhesive will facilitate the repair of the skin and wounds.


      

The experiments showed that the biological adhesive is neither cytotoxic nor allergenic. It does not cause inflammation. The experiments were conducted on animals and showed good results. Now the adhesive must undergo clinical trials. After that it can be included into the medicine formulas.

      

       




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Yakutsk Russian Science    

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