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Applied Isotope Technologies will Exclusively Supply Biochemimarker(TM) Discovery Products for a Unique Pilot Study on Autism
Date:5/8/2008

ere ASD-like disabilities.

Mr. Pamuku stated "There is an urgent need for an accurate biochemical diagnostic tool that will permit accurate assessment and early intervention of ASD which afflicts as many as 1 in 150 children in the USA today."

AIT is a development stage company dedicated to biochemimarker discovery for new or improved disease diagnostics and more efficient therapy based on a new set of information about environmental factors affecting the onset and progression of many neurological and immunological diseases. The company is also the recipient of funding from the US Armed Forces for the development of a transportable Integrated Instrument Method System (IIMS) which is an automated sampling and detection device for highly accurate detection and identification of chemical and biological agents with AIT's core technologies integrated into the IIMS. Presently, AIT develops and sells EPA Method 6800 compliant consumable kits that are used in a special class of measurement instruments called mass spectrometers that are widely used in almost every laboratory involved in environment-related analytical work. AIT's patent-protected mercury speciation products, for example, facilitates accurate measurement of highly toxic mercury species, including methylmercury, ethylmercury and inorganic mercury, that can be found in some of the food sources, such as fish -- a popular food source.

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