AlloSource: Tests show two-year shelf life for ProChondrix CR product

Wednesday March 13, 2019 0 comments Tags: AlloSource, Corey Stone, ProChondrix, Centennial

CENTENNIAL -- AlloSource, a company dedicated to advancing the science and use of transplantable allogeneic cells and tissue, today announced ProChondrix® CR now has a two-year shelf life based on the results of real-time testing.AlloSource_logoUSE

AlloSource said ProChondrix CR helps deliver the necessary components for articular cartilage restoration. This next generation of cartilage restoration therapy provides the live, functional cells and other biological components necessary for repair and regeneration of damaged cartilage tissues.

Following cryopreservation, ProChondrix CR delivers high chondrocyte viability for up to two years (~94% avg.). The two-year shelf life helps alleviate the challenges of a short placement timeline found with similar osteochondral allografts and provides surgeons with more flexibility for their patients, the company said.

"We are proud to support our surgeon customers and their patients by extending the shelf life of ProChondrix CR," said Corey Stone, AlloSource VP of marketing and strategy.

"The proven cell viability of our cryopreserved cartilage reinforces our commitment to helping restore mobility by advancing the science behind our biologic solutions."

AlloSource said ProChondrix CR provides several crucial elements to encourage cartilage healing, including viable chondrocytes, an intact extracellular matrix and native growth factors.

The product is designed to match biomechanical and biochemical properties of normal hyaline cartilage, restore a smooth articular cartilage surface and to improve function for the patient.