Looking toward the expansion of Biocut Systems in a new headquarters under construction in Muskego, Jerry Jendusa remembered buying the company about five years ago when it was a standard tool and die manufacturing shop.

An early project after Jendusa’s BreakThru Advising and Investing took over was developing equipment to remove skin from human cadavers to be used in a variety of biomedical endeavors, including recovery for burn victims. Biocut Systems, which does business as Xiogenix, now specializes in that bioscience field, with engineers designing and making equipment used for separating or breeding cells, or removing fiber from bones, all for medical purposes.

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