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Athera Receives Allowance of Two Key Patents
Date:10/14/2009

anostics" approach in prevention of cardiovascular disease, is on the market and provides an easy-to-use ELISA kit (CE-marked) for quantitative analysis of anti-PC in human blood.

Athera's second novel product candidate, Annexin A5, is developed for prevention of plaque rupture and athero-thrombosis through binding of the protein to endothelium. The recombinant protein Annexin A5 is intended for the treatment of patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome and who are at imminent risk for Myocardial Infarction. Athera has an agreement with Richter-Helm BioLogics GmbH & Co. KG in Hamburg, Germany, for the process development of the product.

About Athera Biotechnologies

Athera has a unique and in-depth understanding of the immunological components in atherosclerosis, the inflammatory process leading to cardiovascular disease (CVD). The company currently has two biopharmaceutical product candidates aimed at treating patients with acute heart conditions and a biomarker linked to the therapeutic approach. Athera is a Karolinska Development AB (publ) portfolio company and is also a major partner in the highly ranked EU-project CVDIMMUNE, which also includes Karolinska Institute, Imperial College London, Phadia GmbH and TNO.

http://www.athera.se

Contact:

Carina Schmidt, CEO Phone: +46-70-552-5115, Mail: c.schmidt@athera.se

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