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Type-I Collagen - Binding Domain 

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medical illustration of A look at the synthetic cell-binding domain of Type-I collagen. This series of amino acids stimulates the formation of new bone growth by attracting, attaching, and activating osteoblasts.
CLIENT - Cerapedics
Next medical illustration of This CGI molecular representation shows the degree of cross-linking utilized in Vycross technology-infused skin care products. CLIENT - Allergan

Cross-linked Hyaluronic Acid

A look at the synthetic cell-binding domain of Type-I collagen. This series of amino acids stimulates the formation of new bone growth by attracting, attaching, and activating osteoblasts. CLIENT - Cerapedics

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