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This issue focuses on the challenging arena of cartilage repair.  Get to know the treatment options  for this aspect of regenerative medicine and learn how Lattice 's ECM-Loaded Allograft Technology can significantly improve results.


Tackling the perplexing challenges of articular cartilage regeneration.  An overview of this area's unique issues, treatment methods, and our ECM-Loaded Allograft Technology.

With each day, we grow closer to our goal of becoming a publicly traded company!  Read the latest update on the Lattice Biologics / Blackstone Ventures merger here.

Lattice Biologics will be attending the  World Stem Cell Summit in Atlanta this December 10 - 12. Prior to the event, we will host  a Road Show Presentation for investors in Atlanta on December 9. Please contact us if you're interested in attending. 

Love it or hate it, but everyone's got an opinion on the ubiquitous "Pumpkin Spice" that infiltrates just about every product our favorite coffee shops and grocery stores. But just how natural is that fall flavor?  Get the scientific skinny here!

It's getting closer!  Whether you're an avid golf-lover or if "people-watching" is your preferred spectator sport, this event delivers something for everyone.  Lattice Biologics will be hosting a Skybox on the 16th hole.  Let us know if you're interested in joining in on the fun.

If you enjoy these newsletters, please share them with your friends and colleagues.   As always, we appreciate your support on this journey!  


Guy Cook,
Lattice Biologics Inc.

This article features an overview of several articular cartilage treatment technologies: 
  • Osteochondral Autograft Transfers / OsteoArticular Transfer System (OATS)
  • Osteochondral Allograft Transplantation (OA)
  • Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation (ACI)
  • Allogeneic Juvenile Chondrocytes
  • ECM-Loaded Allografts (Lattice Biologics' Next Generation Allograft research and development focus)  

The benefits of ECM technology for cartilage repair:

  • Provides mechanical support for cells and tissues. 
  • Integrates cells into tissues.
  • Influences cell shape and movement, provokes responses from mechanical and chemical signaling pathways. 
  • Coordinates the behavior of different cells in tissues.
Lattice Biologics / Blackstone Ventures Merger Update
Biotech Firm Continues Progress in Becoming Publicly Traded Company

December 5, 2015 -
SCOTTSDALE, AZ -- Lattice Biologics Inc.   announces an amendment to the letter of intent with Blackstone Ventures Inc.   (TSX VENTURE:  BLV )... 

The Lattice Team is looking forward attending the following events.   Let us know if you if you plan to attend as well so that we can meet while in Atlanta.

World Stem Cell Summit  | WSCS 2015
December 10-12 | Hyatt Regency Atlanta
"The mandatory, big-picture conference with one-on-one partnering"

1,200+ attendees are expected to attend the 11th annual 2015 World Stem Cell Summit & RegMed Capital Conference, covering over 40 countries. Industry leaders, scientists, clinicians, venture capitalists, angel investors, philanthropists, regulators, policymakers, patient advocates, economic development officers and experts in law and ethics come together to advance the field.
December 10-12 | Hyatt Regency Atlanta

The   RegMed Capital Conference (RMCC)    is a co-located meeting at the World Stem Cell Summit.  The RMCC supplies the critical information to support both industry and the investment communities in understanding the unlimited potential of regenerative medicine, immunotherapy, cell therapies and related industries.  Investor   presentations will showcase new developments and clinical trial results and events introduce executives to investment bankers,   venture capitalists and angel capital investors.  

Lattice Biologics Investor Road Show in Atlanta
December 9

While in Atlanta for the Summit, we will also host a road show for potential investors to learn more about our company, products, and competitive advantages.   Please contact us if you would like to know more or attend.

Q: What makes the season's most hotly contested beverage, the Pumpkin Spice Latte (known to hipsters as PSL), taste so incredible?

A: Probably not much of Grandma's home-baked goodness.

Though widely recognized for its mouthwatering and warm-memory-inducing pumpkin pie flavor, the PSL gets less than 11% of its iconic flavor from the actual   spices that go into Grandma's pumpkin pie.  And guess what: real pumpkin, itself, fares even worse, contributing even less than the spices to the signature taste of this hot brew.

Drawing on the research of the Institute of Food Technologists' food scientist, Kantha Shelke, Business Insider dove in to find out "how the  PSL manages to taste like pumpkin pie when it has so little of makes pumpkin pie so awesome?" 

As usual, the answer? Science.  Check out the flavor profile breakdown below.

Image credit:  Mike Nudelman/Business Insider

Sources: (Here's how much actual pumpkin is in that pumpkin spice latte - By  Mike Nudelman   and   Jessica Orwig)
Lattice Biologics will be hosting a Skybox this year on the legendary 16th Hole 

It may not start until February 1st, 2016, but we already can't wait!  If you plan to be out there for the festivities, let us know!  More details to follow.

(Image credit: Cheryl Farmer at last year's Open.)
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