PoroSyn® is SynThera’s flagship technology encompassing a family of multiple tissue repair and regeneration products. Developed using SynThera’s proprietary glass making and processing techniques, PoroSyn® has a novel composition that is optimized to provide the right mix of elements that are naturally present in human bone (Ca, Na, P, O) and are released at rates that provide optimum osteostimulation. SynThera’s pioneering processing technologies are used to impart porosity to the graft at values that approach the porosity of human bone tissue. Thus, PoroSyn® approaches the state-of-the-art in biomimetic material design and development for providing optimum clinical outcomes for bone regeneration.
The technology has won multiple competitive awards and is now patented in India, China and South Korea, with patents awaited in the US and EU. Results from proof-of-concept studies and animal studies have been published in international peer-reviewed academic journals. PoroSyn® is now undergoing pilot safety clinical trials after receiving clearance from DCGI-CDSCO, India’s medical device regulatory authority.
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We are also open to strategic partnerships with companies that are interested in bringing next-generation bone regeneration technologies to the global marketplace – please contact us to explore potential partnership opportunities!
Incorporated in 2015 in Pune, India, SynThera began life as a 1 person start-up that was incubated at Entrepreneurship Development Center (better known as “NCL Venture Center”), India’s largest science business incubator. The initial focus of the Company was on glass-based biomaterial technologies and products for bone tissue regeneration therapies. These therapeutic products lie at the interface of biology, material science and engineering and are fundamentally reliant on synergy between knowledge between these different fields. Thus, the name “SynThera” was conceptualized as a combination of the words “SYNergy” and “THERApy”.