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Assay Designs(TM) Announces Additions to the Leadership Team
Date:10/1/2007

al success factors for these programs within drug development sponsors, are a perfect match with our growth strategy," continued Calvo.

"Mike and Gabriella are joining Assay Designs at a pivotal and exciting time," further stated Mr. Calvo. "Since April, we have expanded our commercial team with the addition of three key individuals: Maziar Younessian, Director of Marketing and formerly with Invitrogen, Dr. Dana Haley-Vicente, Senior Product Manager and formerly with Accelrys, and Robert Moynihan, Manager for our International business and formerly with Perkin Elmer Life Sciences. We have also promoted Dr. Rob Christener to the new role of General Manager for our growing reagents business, spear-headed by our Stressgen(R) product line."

Mr. Calvo continued, "With this new team in place, we are poised to expand our line of innovative kits and reagents in our core inflammation and steroids/hormone businesses, as well as expand our line of market-leading heat shock and oxidative stress reagents and kits under the Stressgen brand name. We have recently launched a line of unique, activation-state specific antibodies that distinguish between the active and passive forms of numerous GPCRs. Our new and expanded team will build upon this product portfolio, as well as drive the expansion of our business into the biomarker and clinical trial services space."

About Assay Designs, Inc.

Based in Ann Arbor, MI, Assay Designs develops, manufactures and markets immunoassay (ELISA) kits, antibodies, and proteins that are used for life sciences research. The company markets these products under the "Assay Designs" and "Stressgen" brand names. Researchers use its products to detect and quantify molecules that are important in inflammation, heat shock, cell signaling, and oxidative stress.


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