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Bone Biologics Announces a Major US Patent Issuance For Its Recombinant Protein Process For the Formation of Cartilage
Date:3/11/2010

Bruce A. Hazuka, President and CEO of Bone Biologics, Inc. credited the company's partner, the Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation (MTF) for its ongoing financial and strategic support. "MTF is essential to our progress toward realizing the full potential of the UCB-1 protein as a platform technology."

"We are pleased to continue our partnership with Bone Biologics," noted Bruce Stroever, CEO of MTF. "This latest patent issuance is a clear sign that the company is continuing to make very good progress toward FDA approval and commercialization of an important product."

Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation

MTF is a non-profit service organization dedicated to providing quality tissue through a commitment to excellence in education, research, recovery and care for recipients, donors and their families. In 2009, MTF distributed over 415,000 tissue grafts.

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