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BioFlorida Selects Collexis' BiomedExperts.com as the Primary Professional Network for its 200 Member Companies and Organizations
Date:12/1/2008

COLUMBIA, S.C., Dec. 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Collexis Holdings, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CLXS), a leading developer of semantic search and knowledge discovery software, announced today a partnership with BioFlorida, Inc., Florida's statewide bioscience association, to promote BiomedExperts.com to the association's 200+ membership base. Through the partnership, BiomedExperts.com will serve as the primary professional network for BioFlorida, helping to facilitate collaboration and advance scientific discovery among its member researchers.

BiomedExperts.com is the world's first literature-based professional social networking site that was pre-populated with more than 1.8 million expert profiles from PUBMED. The site allows scientists and researchers to directly connect with and explore their professional contacts, grow their networks and identify researchers with the expertise needed for future collaborations. With 60,000+ registered users worldwide, BiomedExperts.com provides user-friendly interfaces through which research collaborators can share data and network with 1,800 organizations and institutions from 137 countries, totaling more than 21 million connections made through the site.

"Meeting the demands of Florida's ever-growing bioscience industry can be quite a challenge. Collexis' BiomedExperts.com will assist us in overcoming issues associated with those challenges," said Russell Allen, BioFlorida's president & CEO. "Choosing BiomedExperts.com as our primary professional network will allow us to introduce our membership to BiomedExperts.com ever growing community. The network will enable our members to track the latest research in life sciences, and connect with leading industry experts."

"We are excited about this partnership with BioFlorida and its selection of BiomedExperts.com to further enable collaboration among its members," said Collexis CEO Bill Kirkland. "Collexis' technolo
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