Bone Therapeutics


ALLOB , the Company' allogeneic osteoblastic cell therapy product, is derived from ex vivo cultured bone marrow cells of healthy adult volunteer donors. ALLOB is currently in two Phase I/IIA proof-of-concept trials for treatment of delayed-union fractures and spinal fusion procedures . ALLOB received orphan drug designation for osteonecrosis from the EMA in July 2013 and from the FDA in January 2014. It also received orphan drug designation for osteogenesis imperfecta from the EMA and FDA. ALLOB has been classified as a tissue-engineered product (non-combined) by the EMA under the ATMP regulation 1394/2007EC.

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