The Zero-P system is an implant designed for stand-alone anterior stabilization of the cervical spine. This animation was created for a trial exhibit to demonstrate the procedure to a lay-audience jury.
This animation was created for a trial exhibit to demonstrate the Anterior Cervical Spine Locking Plate procedure to a lay-audience jury. The patient's herniated disc material is removed and replaced with an auto or allograft. Then the plate is installed to stabilize the vertebrae.
IL-23 binds to Naive T cell IL-23 receptor and differentiates into T helper cell 17 and releases pro-inflammatory cytokines.
Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitor takes the place of Adenosine Triphosphate, binding to VEGF2 receptor, halting the endothelial cell growth and starving the cancer cell of nutrients.