BioTex has developed products from concept to FDA 510(k) cleared medical devices. We’ve spun out two successful commercial entities, Visualase®, Inc, and BasePair BioTechnologies. Visualase® was recently acquired by Medtronic and BasePair continues to demonstrate rapid commercial growth. BioTex continues to work internally and partner with other exciting companies to maintain a pipeline of novel medical technologies at various stages of development.
The Visualase device is an MRI-guided laser ablation system which comprises proprietary
disposable laser applicator kits and a laser/computer workstation, which are designed to enable
minimally invasive ablative surgical procedures. The primary application for the device is in the
field of minimally invasive neurosurgery, replacing larger craniotomies with a 3.2mm twist drill
access for thermal destruction of unwanted tissue. Because the procedure is less invasive,
complication rates, and hospital stays are typically lower than open procedures.
Base Pair Biotechnologies is the premier aptamer discovery partner offering assurance that a high affinity, high selectivity aptamer will be discovered for your application and offers its customers a total solution for developing novel aptamer-based technologies. In addition to our numerous institutional customers, we support companies developing products ranging from:
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The intubation of small rodents continues to be an obstacle for researchers. BioLITE provides a simple, reliable, complete system for endotracheal intubation of these animals that provides adequate illumination, is easy to handle, simple to learn, and is durable. The BioLITE system uses fiberoptics to provide intense white light illumination directly where the user needs it by combining the stylet, guidewire, and light source into one component.