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BioCrossroads' Indiana Seed Fund Invests in Vaccine Biotech Company
Date:2/19/2010

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Bioscience Vaccines' adjuvant product is based upon Cook Biotech's proprietary extracellular matrix (ECM) technology that has been exclusively licensed to Bioscience Vaccines, Inc.  Cook Biotech has developed numerous ECM products cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and used for the repair of soft tissue in more than a million patient procedures.  ECM is a complex material that helps the human body repair itself by attracting new cells and facilitating growth and tissue regeneration.

"Cook's ECM technology represents a breakthrough for tissue regeneration. Through continued research, Cook Biotech discovered a special formulation of the ECM technology can be used for other life-saving purposes, such as whole cell vaccines," said David Johnson, President and CEO of BioCrossroads.  "Bioscience Vaccines is capturing those opportunities and is off to an impressive start – with real promise as a novel biotech company featuring an outstanding research team, a seasoned leadership team and a strong partnership with the University of Notre Dame."

Bioscience Vaccines, Inc. has data showing that, when used as a vaccine additive (adjuvant), ECM can boost the potency of tetanus vaccine by 10 to 15 times in laboratory models.  Bioscience has negotiated an
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