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Vascular surgery A clinical trial–Thrombolysis Or Peripheral Arterial Surgery, which compared the benefits of thrombolysis by catheter-directed intraarterial recombinant urokinase with vascular surgery–eg, thrombectomy or bypass surgery in Pts with acute, < 14 days duration, arterial obstruction of the legs. See Thrombolytic therapy. Cf Rochester study, STILE.
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Unlike PAN, Topas COC can be easily melt processed on most common thermoplastic processing equipment, including mono and multi-layer film, sheet, and extrusion coating lines, along with injection and blow molding processes.
Topas has completed commercial-scale production runs and is testing and validating early pre-production samples tailored to specific end-use applications.
The particle size (diameter) of the elastomeric particles in Topas was determined by electron microscopy.
According to the company, the proceeds of the Series A funding will enable Topas to expand and accelerate its proprietary liver-based tolerance induction platform and to progress with its own product development efforts in multiple autoimmune and inflammatory indications including multiple sclerosis into clinical proof-of-concept (POC) stage.
Specific processing recommendations for each grade are available on the Topas website (topas.com).
Topas Advanced Polymers, Inc.; 859-746-6447; www.topas.com.
A smaller 9-in., 25-layer die in BBS's lab is running trials with alternating microlayers (see microscope view below) of LDPE and Topas cyclo-olefin copolymer (COC) from Topas Advanced Polymers Inc., Florence, Ky.
Tekni-Plex, Inc., has introduced Tekniflex COCPCTFE, which it describes as the first films that combine the moisture protection of Topas cyclic olefin copolymer (COC) (from Ticona) and polychlorotrifluoroethylene (PCTFE).
Meanwhile, Kortec is investigating three-layer cosmetics bottles of PET and Topas cyclic olefin copolymer (COC) from Topas Advanced Polymers, Inc., Florence, Ky.