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The Intervertebral Disc Stabilization Device (IDSD) is an implantable device intended to physically secure a spinal disc to stabilize the spine.  The therapeutic benefit of the IDSD is derived from the inherent tensile properties of its genipin polymers.  The localized polymers attach to the extracellular matrix of the intervertebral disc, securing (i.e., keeping together) the disc matrix by physically inhibiting the disc from unconstrained excessive motions, thereby physically “stabilizing” it.