Tissue Bank of France (TBF) is an established innovative biotechnology organization, created in 1992, which focuses on advanced Tissue Engineering on human material, exclusively from living donors.

TBF is today a recognized provider of Secured freeze-dried cancellous bone allografts for bone-void filling and reconstruction.

TBF is also:

  • an R&D structure working on human tissues (eg. meniscus, ...) ;
  • a Pharmaceutical establishment manufacturing medicinal cell therapy products (eg. chondrocytes implants) ;
  • a GMP partner offering CMO services for advanced medicinal therapy products (any development stage).

Its fields of applications are Orthopaedic, Neuro, Spine, Trauma and Dental surgery.

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