They publish 2 clinical studies, one from 2001 and the other from 2002.
So this product from small intestine of pig is at least 7 years old!!!
They use a 3D scaffold you can see in the photos of the first study.
in this study you also see photos of wounds closure, but wounds are very small. Nothing to do with the spectacular Acell photos.
Also, no mention of FDA trials??? After 7 years??
and if this technology is so good, then why ICX is engaging into expensive clinical trials for their skin products? In theory, the “pig technology” is much better and cheaper than cell multiplication, so why is Intercytex doing trials for their cell multiplication products?? The answer is clear: the pig products are soso, at least this one from Oasis, which is quite old.
So it seems that:
-this technology is quite old.
-Oasis is a primitive version, and uses a scaffold.
-Acell is an advanced version of this technique, and is just a a powder.