fully biocompatible Hyaluronic acid in itself is fully biocompatible.
There is some evidence that hyaluronic acid injections into the subacromial bursa can also help.
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Streptococcus produce the enzyme hyaluronidase which hydrolyses hyaluronic acid, a polysaccharide component responsible for binding cells together.
About Hyaluronic Acid History In 1934 Palmer and Meyer isolated a novel polysaccharide from vitreous of bovine eyes.