bovine tracheal cartilage

bovine tracheal cartilage (bōˑ·vīn trāˑ·kē·l kärˑ·t·lij),

n an acidic glycosaminoglycan complex, including 20% chondroitin sulfate and smaller amounts of hyaluronic acid, dermatan sulfate, heparan sulfate, and other polysaccharides, derived from the tracheae of cows. Has been used in cancer treatment and arthritis.
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Prepared by a patented manufacturing process from purified Bovine Tracheal Cartilage of New Zealand Origin, CoII2 contains 55-65% type II collagen and 12-15% GAG, most of which is chondroitin sulphate.
manufacturer of the bovine tracheal cartilage product used in the study.
Catrix[R] Wound Dressing is a biologic powder form product derived from specially processed bovine tracheal cartilage.
Also on show is the company's bovine tracheal cartilage powder (BTC).
Derived from specially processed bovine tracheal cartilage, Catrix Wound Dressing is approved by the FDA for the management of chronic skin wounds including: decubitus (pressure) ulcers, venous stasis ulcers, diabetic ulcers as well as second-degree burns and post-radiation dermatitis.

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