The science behind the treatments using amniotic products is rapidly expanding. Strides made in orthobiologics, especially on the back of tremendous body of R&D on biologics, have led to wide scope of commercialization of amniotic products market. The regulatory frameworks have evolved at the same time. Amniotic products are attracting a groundswell of attention among researchers and clinicians for the adjunctive treatment for a diverse range of orthopedic conditions.
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Players in the market are witnessing vast latent opportunities in amniotic membrane products. Biotech and life-sciences companies are keen on harnessing amniotic membrane products for the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. The products are expected to open new frontiers in sports medicine.
Another massive potential of amniotic-derived products in orthopedics lies in their use for tissue regeneration. A number of in vitro and in vivo studies have been conducted especially since 2018. The products in the amniotic products market show potential in plantar fasciitis, spinal pathology, cartilage restoration, osteoarthritis, and ligament and tendon healing. The antimicrobial to anti-inflammatory effects of the current offering in the amniotic products market have progressed continuously over the decade. In particular, the studies on growth factor beta (TGF-ß) signaling has been useful.
Amniotic Mesenchymal Stem Cells Gathering Attention of Researchers in Clinical and Preclinical Studies
A number of animal studies find amniotic mesenchymal stem cells hold a significant potential for cartilage regeneration, thus opening a new revenue potential in the amniotic products market. A number of preclinical and clinical trials involving rats and other animals have found that amniotic products could be useful in cartilage and bone studies, especially in human acellular amniotic membrane in bone regeneration of femoral defects. Furthermore, there is an unmet need in patients with articular cartilage defects.
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The prevalence of disability caused due to degeneration of articular cartilage in osteoarthritis (OA) patients is one of the key trends that has spurred R&D in the amniotic products market. The studies are harnessing anti-inflammatory and antifibrotic compounds of amniotic products. Examples are IL-10 and interleukin 1 receptor antagonist. Ongoing osteoarthritis studies n developed nations are enriching the revenue potential of the amniotic products market.