Biosintesis

Biological Studies

BIOCOMPATIBILITY

The Biocompatibility can be defined as the ability of a material to be compatible with living tissues, in particular, the human body.

 

These materials are developed specifically depending on the intended application and must obey a wide number of parameters of quality and security.

 

The Biosintesis laboratory develops experimental protocols for evaluating the biocompatibility in accordance with ISO 10993 guidance, may be outlined in steps and combined protocols.

 

BIOCOMPATIBILITY EVALUATIONS PERFOMED BY BIOSINTESIS

 

  • Cytotoxicity
  • Dermal Sensitization Maximized
  • Dermal Irritation
  • Toxicity Systemic
  • Genotoxicity
  • Implant
  • Hemocompatibility (thrombogenicity, platelet adhesion, coagulation, complement system and hematology)
  • Biodegradation