Excellent biocompatibility due to weak antigenicity and safety due to biodegradability, makes bovine collagen a prime material for medical applications. Collagen-based biomaterials have a large range of applications both in vivo and in vitro.
Types of Collagen
The main medical types of Collagen are I-V which are present in different body parts
- Type I is found in bones, tendons, ligaments and skin
- Type II is in cartilage and the eyes
- Type III comes from the lungs, liver and arteries
- Type IV is present in the kidneys
- Type V is found on the surface of cells, hair and placenta
Bovine Collagen Formulations
Collagen Solutions offers off-the-shelf Type I collagen formulations and partners with customers to develop or co-develop other formulations, components, and finished medical devices using collagen. Our expertise and collaborative approach lead to faster time to market, improved production, and superior medical devices.
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Applications for Bovine Collagen
The main use of collagen for clinical application are as replacement scaffolds used as tissue fillers, and as support matrices for matrix-rich tissues. Collagen scaffolds are widely used in clinical practice for plastic and reconstructive surgery, dental, wound care and orthopedics applications among others.