In situ Wound Care & Tissue Engineering/Re-growth
TruSpin's AC electrospinning system unlocks the potential for nanofibers to effectively address life science applications where expansive research efforts have failed to generate true breakthroughs
In situ Wound Care
Because AC Electrospinning doesn't require an electrically charged collector, fibers can be deposited directly onto living tissue without compromise

Biocompatible fibers can be seeded with anti-microbial agents

The system can be miniaturized for portability and can emit fibers in any orientation
Connective Tissue
AC electrospinning yields high-aspect ratio nanofibers, facilitating the construction of tensile structures 

This is extraordinarily difficult to perform with pre-existing nanofiber production systems

Available compositions are suitable for seeding, culture, and growth of various cell types

Diameter and twist-rate can be controlled with exact tolerances

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Vein Scaffolds
The reliable construction of nanofibrous vein scaffolds using pre-existing nanofiber production methods has frustrated scientists for years

The modularity of TruSpin's AC electrospinning system allows a specialized collector to be swapped into service for the formation of pristine, durable tubes

Tubular nanofibrous structures have vast clinical utility in the reconstruction of vascular tissue

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Materials offered for negotiated sales and are intended for research purposes only

Truspin seeks corporate partner to commercialize in situ wound dressing technology