has discovered an extremely simple and inexpensive process to manufacture carbon
nanotube adhesives. This discovery is a breakthrough that will beat the price
all competitors offer their products at. We will continue to work on it and add
it to our patent portfolio. Our experiments are continuing to yield valuable
results. Recently we have begun a project with a University lab to conduct
research on the nanotube adhesive. Vulvox is
actively soliciting corporate and
university partners to research and further develop it. We are proud to announce
that we have obtained patent pending status.
Technical reviews, executive summary, and our business
plan are available upon request.
We have a webpage describing medical uses of Vulvox carbon
nanotubes adhesive. It clings to subcutaneous membranes and now it is seen as
useful to hold pig bladder membranes to human tissues to cause regeneration of
adjacent tissues. "
Engineers Regenerate Afghanistan Veteran’s Leg Muscle from
Pig Bladder Cells and Tissue.
The extra cellular matrix proteins
and other molecules
contained inside the membrane are being used on the battlefield to cause
regeneration of lost digits and muscles. Intact pig bladers can be temporarily
attached to nanotube adhesive and held in place until damaged tissues regenerate
in wounds that would never heal under
other circumstances. Vulvox's innovation might have a major role to play in
electron microscope photos of our carbon nanotube
adhesive (shown below) were taken at a university laboratory under a research
contract with Vulvox. Scanning electron