TEXAGEN™ Amniotic Membrane Allograft provides protection & support through amniotic tissue

TEXAGEN™ Amniotic Membrane Allograft is a multilayer
amniotic membrane that may be used as a soft tissue barrier
and wound covering in numerous applications.

TEXAGEN™ Amniotic Membrane Allograft

Cover with Confidence

  • Flexible multilayer allograft
  • Derived from the amnion and chorion layers of the amniotic sac
  • Approximately 4x thicker than traditional single layer amnion
  • Flexible handling and increased workability
TEXAGEN™ Amniotic Membrane Allograft

Safety and Versatility

  • The inherent properties of amniotic tissue harness growth factors essential for supporting damaged tissue and providing mechanical protection. 1,2
  • The TEXAGEN process preserves the inherent properties of amniotic tissue, maintaining key extracellular matrix molecules, growth factors, and cytokines.3
  • Handled and processed in accordance with FDA regulations and AATB standards
Safely Debride a Wide Variety of Wounds
Safely Debride a Wide Variety of Wounds

Designed for Convenience

  • Requires no up-front preparation
  • Hydrates rapidly in the surgical site
  • Ambient temperature storage and 5-year shelf life
TEXAGEN™ Amniotic Membrane Allograft

Used in multiple clinical applications

Wound and
Burn Care
Urology
OB/GYN
Oral Surgery
TEXAGEN™ Amniotic Membrane Allograft
Spine and
Neurosurgery
Orthopaedics
Foot
and Ankle

References

1. Rowlatt, U. (1979). Intrauterine wound healing in a 20-week human fetus.
Virchows Arch A Pathol Anat Histol, 381(3), 353–361.

2. Coolen, N.A et al. (2010). Comparison between human fetal and adult skin. Archives of
Dermatological Research, 302(1),47-55.

3.Delcroix GJ, Namin S, D’Ippolito G, Temple HT, Marshall R. Preserving the natural regenerative potential of
amniotic membrane.
Vivex Biomedical.

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