Alpha-Gal Inactivated Heart Valve Bioprostheses Exhibit an Anti-Calcification Propensity Similar to Knockout Tissues

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Innovative Research's Pooled Normal Human Serum was recently used in the following study:

Alpha-Gal Inactivated Heart Valve Bioprostheses Exhibit an Anti-Calcification Propensity Similar to Knockout Tissues

F Naso, U Stefanelli, E Buratto, G Lazzari, A Perota… - Tissue Engineering Part A, 2017
... Address correspondence to: Filippo Naso, BSc. Biocompatibility Innovation. Medical Device Biocompatibility Laboratory Padova 35042. Italy E-mail ... Samples were subsequently incubated in pooled normal human serum (Innovative Research, Peary Court Novi, MI) with 2 ...

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