Allograft

An important aspect of the Zimmer Biomet Sports Medicine business is the Sports Allograft. Zimmer Biomet currently offers a full line of allograft products including soft tissue allograft, base bone, and specialty grafts. 

Vendors & Accreditations

Below is a list of our seven tissue vendors.

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  • LifeLink Inc.
    • Located in Tampa Bay, FL
    • Aseptic and Irradiated Graft
    • Soft Tissue and BaseBone
    • Allows Returns
  • Community Tissue Service (CTS)
    • Located in Dayton, OH
    • Irradiated Only
    • Soft Tissue and BaseBone
    • Allows returns
  • Miami Tissue Bank (UMTB)
    • Located in Miami, FL
    • Aseptic Graft
    • Soft Tissue, BaseBone, and Specialty Graft
  • DCI Donor Services, Inc.
    • Located Nashville, TN
    • Aseptic and Irradiated Graft
    • Soft Tissue and BaseBone
  • Tissue Banks International (TBI)
    • Located in Baltimore, MD
    • Irradiated only Graft
    • Soft Tissue and BaseBone
  • Interpore Cross International
  • LifeNet Health

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