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3. Pruss, A. & von Versen, R. [lnfluence of European regulations on quality, safety and availability of cell and tissue allografts
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4. Taskinen, S., Fagerholm, R. & Rintala, R. Mini-invasive collagen sling in the treatment of urinary incontinence due to sphincteric
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9. Rudolph, R., Smith, M. & Curtis, G. Reduction of pacemaker pressure symptoms using nonantigenic preserved human dermis
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10. Tufaro, A. P., Buck, D. W. & Fischer, A. C. The use of artificial dermis in the reconstruction of oncologic
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12. Lee, E., Frisella, M. M., Matthews, B. D. & Brunt, L. M. Evaluation of acellular human dermis reinforcement of the crural
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14. Sfn, P. & Brychta, P. Cutometrical measurement confirms the efficacy of the composite skin grafting using allogeneic acellular
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15. Diaz, J. J., Guy, J., Berkes, M. B., Guillamondegui, 0 . & Miller, R. S. Acellular dermal allograft for ventral hernia repair in
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16. Gibbs, S., van den Hoogenband, H. M., Kirtschig, G., Richters, C. D., et al. Autologous full-thickness skin substitute for
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17. Feng, X., Tan, J., Pan, Y., Wu, Q., et al. Control of hypertrophic scar from inception by using xenogenic (porcine) acellular
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18. Shelton, A. A. & Welton, M. L. Transperineal repair of persistent rectevaginal fistulas using an acellular cadaveric dermal
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22. Danish, S. F., Samdani, A., Hanna, A., Storm, P. & Sutton, L. Experience with acellular human dura and bovine collagen
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23. Kapfer, S. A. & Keshen, T. H. The use of human acellular dermis in the operative management of giant omphalocele.
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24. Giri, S. K., Hickey, J. P., Sil, D., Mabadeje, O., et al. The long-term results of pubovaginal sling surgery using acellular
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25. Armour, A. D., Fish, J. S., Woodhouse, K. A. & Semple, J. L. A comparison of human and porcine acellularized
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26. Kirschner, R. E., Cabiling, D. S., Slemp, A. E., Siddiqi, F., et al. Repair of oronasal fistulae with acellular dermal
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27. Archer, L. P., Billmire, D. A., Falcone, R. A. & Warner, B. W. Reconstruction of an acquired abdominal wall defect
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28. Holton, L. H., Haerian, H., Silverman, R. P., Chung, T., et al. Improving long-term projection in nipple reconstruction
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29. Taban, M., Douglas, R., Li, T., Goldberg, R. A. & Shorr, N. Efficacy of „th ick“ acellular human dermis (AlloDerm) for lower
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30. Martin, B. R., Sangalang, M., Wu, S. & Armstrong, D. G. Outcomes of allogenic acellular matrix therapy in treatment
of diabetic foot wounds: an initial experience. Int Wound J 2, 161-165 (2005).

31. Gore, D. C. Utility of acellular allograft dermis in the care of elderly burn patients. J Surg Res 125, 37-41 (2005).

32. Vos, J. D., Latev, M. D., Labadie, R. F., Cohen, S. M., et al. Use of AlloDerm in type I tympanoplasty: a comparison
with native tissue grafts. Laryngoscope 115, 1599-1602 (2005).

33. Spiegel, J. H. & Kessler, J. L. Tympanic membrane perforation repair with acellular porcine submucosa.
Otol Neurotol 26, 563-566 (2005).

34. Kim, J. Y., Bullocks, J. M., Basu, C. B., Bienstock, A., et al. Dermal composite flaps reconstructed from acellular dermis:
a novel method of neourethral reconstruction. Plast Reconstr Surg 115, 96e-100e (2005).

35. Li, T. G., Shorr, N. & Goldberg, R. A. Comparison of the efficacy of hard palate grafts with acellular human dermis
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36. Johnson, J. M., Carmody, B. J., Jamal, M. K. & DeMaria, E. J. Onlay hiatal reinforcement utilizing human acellular
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37. Buinewicz, B. & Rosen, B. Acellular cadaveric dermis (AlloDerm): a new alternative for abdominal hernia repair.
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38. Koziak, A., Kania, P., Marcheluk, A., Dmowski, T., et al. Reconstruction of long ureteral obstructions using xenogenic
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39. MacLeod, T. M., Sarathchandra, P., Williams, G., Sanders, R. & Green, C. J. Evaluation of a porcine origin acellular
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40. Verity, D. H. & Collin, J. R. Eyelid reconstruction: the state of the art. Curr Opin Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 12,
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41. Fuchs, J. R., Kaviani, A., Oh, J. T., LaVan, D., et al. Diaphragmatic reconstruction with autologous tendon engineered
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42. Huang, Q., Dawson, R. A., Pegg, D. E., Kearney, J. N. & Macneil, S. Use of peracetic acid to sterilize human donor
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43. Ruszczak, Z. Effect of collagen matrices on dermal wound healing. Adv Drug Deliv Rev 55, 1595-1611 (2003).

44. Guy, J. S., Miller, R., Morris, J. A., Diaz, J. & May, A. Early one-stage closure in patients with abdominal compartment syndrome:
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45. Ayshford, C. A., Shykhon, M., Uppal, H. S. & Wake, M. Endoscopic repair of nasal septal perforation with acellular human
dermal allograft and an inferior turbinate flap. Clin Otolaryngol Allied Sci 28, 29-33 (2003).

46. Damrose, E. J. & Berke, G. S. Advances in the management of glottic insufficiency. Curr Opin Otolaryngol Head Neck
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47. Lundy, D. S., Casiano, R. R., McClinton, M. E. & Xue, J. W. Early results of transcutaneous injection laryngoplasty with
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48. Sullivan, S. A. & Dailey, R. A. Graft contraction: a comparison of acellular dermis versus hard palate mucosa in lower
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49. Richardson, C. R. & Maynard, J. G. Acellular dermal graft: a human histologic case report. Int J Periodontics Restorative
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50. Wax, M. K., Winslow, C. P. & Andersen, P. E. Use of allogenic dermis for radial forearm free flap donor site coverage.
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51. Wei, P. C., Laurell, L., Lingen, M. W. & Geivelis, M. Acellular dermal matrix allografts to achieve increased
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52. Costantino, P. D., Govindaraj, S., Hiltzik, D. H., Buchbinder, D. & Urken, M. L. Acellular dermis for facial
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53. Mortimore, R. J. & Conrad, R. J. Collagenous and elastotic marginal plaques of the hands. Australas J Dermatol 42, 211-213 (2001).

54. Kridel, R. W. Acellular human dermis for facial soft tissue augmentation. Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am 9, 413-437 (2001).

55. Costantino, P.D., Human dural replacement with acellular dermis: clinical results and a review of the literature.,
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56. Harris, R. J. Gingival augmentation with an acellular dermal matrix: human histologic evaluation of a case--placement
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57. Aichelmann-Reidy, M. E., Yukna, R. A., Evans, G. H., Nasr, H. F. & Mayer, E. T. Clinical evaluation of acellular allograft
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58. Govindaraj, S., Cohen, M., Genden, E. M., Costantino, P. D. & Urken, M. L. The use of acellular dermis in the prevention
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59. Laidlaw, D. W., Costantino, P. D., Govindaraj, S., Hiltzik, D. H. & Catalano, P. J. Tympanic membrane repair with a
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60. Simman, R., Priebe, C. J. & Simon, M. Reconstruction of aplasia cutis congenita of the trunk in a newborn infant using
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61. Costantino, P. D., Wolpoe, M. E., Govindaraj, S., Chaplin, J. M., et al. Human dural replacement with acellular dermis:
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63. Rohrich, R. J., Reagan, B. J., Adams, W. P., Kenkel, J. M. & Beran, S. J. Early results of vermilion lip augmentation using
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64. Mizuno, H., Takeda, A. & Uchinuma, E. Promising therapy for congenital giant pigmented nevi using acellular autograft
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65. Witt, P. D., Cheng, C. J., Mallory, S. B. & Lind, A. C. Surgical treatment of pseudosyndactyly of the hand in epidermolysis
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66. Ramos Duron, L. E., Martínez Pardo, M. E., Olivera Zavaleta, V., Silva Diaz, T., et al. Application of acellular dermis and
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67. Barret, J. P., Dziewulski, P., McCauley, R. L., Herndon, D. N. & Desai, M. H. Dural reconstruction of a class IV calvarial burn
with decellularized human dermis. Burns 25, 459-462 (1999).

68. Haeri, A., Clay, J. & Finely, J. M. The use of an acellular dermal skin graft to gain keratinized tissue. Compend Contin Educ
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69. Aldave, A. J., Maus, M. & Rubin, P. A. Advances in the management of lower eyelid retraction. Facial Plast Surg 15,
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70. Dalla Vecchia, L., Engum, S., Kogon, B., Jensen, E., et al. Evaluation of small intestine submucosa and acellular dermis as
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71. Tsai, C. C., Lin, S. D., Lai, C. S. & Lin, T. M. The use of composite acellular allodermis-ultrathin autograft on joint area in major
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72. Chaplin, J. M., Costantino, P. D., Wolpoe, M. E., Bederson, J. B., et al. Use of an acellular dermal allograft for dural
replacement: an experimental study. Neurosurgery 45, 320-327 (1999).

73. Rubin, P. A., Fay, A. M., Remulla, H. D. & Maus, M. Ophthalmic plastic applications of acellular dermal allografts.
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In Deutschland sind allogene Zell- und Gewebetransplantate als Arzneimittel reguliert und zulassungspflichtig, d. h. die Herstellung, die biologische Sicherheit und die klinische Anwendung unterliegen der ständigen Kontrolle der deutschen Behörden. Die Produkte verfügen über 10 Arzneimittelzulassungen für humane Gewebetransplantate.
Das System zur Gewährleistung der biologischen Sicherheit der Gewebetransplantate des DIZG besteht aus umfangreichen Kriterien zur Spenderauswahl, einem umfassenden, die Anforderungen der EU-Richtlinie 23/2004 weit übersteigenden serologischen Spenderscreening, das 4 Virus-Genom-Untersuchungen einschließt, der Anwendung eines validierten Verfahrens zur Entfernung/Inaktivierung von Viren, Bakterien und Pilzen und In-Prozess- und Endkontrollen am Transplantat. Das ARGON ist nach DIN EN ISO 13485 zertifziert und folgt dem Ethical Code und den Qualitätsstandards der European Association of Tissue Banks (EATB).


In Germany, human cell and tissue transplants are regulated as medicinal products (drugs) and require a manufacturing license and pharmaceutical approval by the local and a marketing authorization from the competent authority respectively. The biological safety, all aspects of the manufacturing process and clinical application of the transplants are continually monitored and controlled by the relevant governmental authorities. The products are regisered as human tissue transplants and are licensed under Our biological safety system includes an extensive donor screening framework a comprehensive serological testing scheme that exceeds the standards set by the EU-Directive 23/2004 and includes 4 Virus PCR tests a validated process for the deactivation and removal of viruses, bacteria and fungi In-process controls and testing of nished transplants ARGON is DIN EN ISO 13485 certified and adheres to the ethical guidelines and quality standards of the European Association of Tissue Banks (EATB).




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