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Axial Biotech, founded in 2002 by a group of spine surgeons and geneticists, is focused on the use of genetics and the development of minimally invasive fusionless devices to advance the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and deformities of the human spine. Axial is a company to pursue DNA-based pre-symptomatic and prognostic tests for common spinal conditions which will augment current clinical and surgical practices. In its initial genetic product development initiative, Axial has made progress towards the discovery of a location in the human genome that is associated with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. In addition, Axial's founders have developed five motion preserving, fusionless surgical devices (including such device currently being implanted in humans) that have the promise of expanding the current treatable scoliosis patient population by a factor of ten. Axial intends to use its genetic intellectual property in the development of bio-mechanical devices, and to apply its gene discovery/product development methodology to other spinal diseases. Axial (www.axialbiotech.com) is located in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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