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Date:9/26/2011

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  • Decreasing plasma LDL cholesterol levels
  • Upregulating ABCA1/ABCG1 gene expression
  • Increasing the efficiency of HDL
  • Potential Plaque Reversibility
  • Stimulate Reverse Cholesterol Transport
  • Atheroprotective Effects

  • As well as updates on the Company's innovative Drug Development Pipeline which currently encompasses:AHRO-001

    Enteric coated tabletAHRO-002

    Enteric stepwise therapeuticAHRO-003

    Statin combinationAHRO-200

    Dialysate additiveAHRO-100

    Obesity treatmentAHRO-010

    Dissolution of lipomasAHRO-300

    Localized transdermal fat dissolution Information is also presented on the Company's recently announced agreement with the Maxwell Biotech Group ("Maxwell") to license commercialization rights for AtheroNova's AHRO-001 lead atherosclerotic plaque regression compound. Maxwell, with funding provided by the Maxwell Biotech Venture Fund, Russia's premier biotech venture capital firm, will become equity investors in AtheroNova and commit to fund Phase I and Phase II human clinical studies in Russia. In return for this investment, AtheroNova will issue up to $4.1 million in common stock and grant to Maxwell an exclusive license to develop and commercialize AHRO-001 in the territory encompassing the Russian Federation, Belorussia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Moldova, Azerbaijan and Armenia

    About AtheroNovaAtheroNova Inc., through its wholly-owned subsidiary, AtheroNova Operations, Inc., is an early stage biotech company focused on discovery, research, development and licensing of novel compounds to reduce or regress atherosclerotic plaque deposits.  The Company's focus on compounds to reduce or eliminate atherosclerotic plaque deposits addresses the most lucrative segments of the multi-billion dollar prescription drug market: cardiovascular disease and stroke prevention.  www.Athero
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