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Bluechiip Signs Strategic Partnership with Gentris Corporation
Date:8/28/2012

MELBOURNE, Australia, Aug. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire-Asia/ --

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  • Bluechiip signs strategic partnership with Gentris Corporation
  • Gentris joins Bluechiip's Early Adopter Program
  • Gentris purchases bluechiip® trial system

Bluechiip Limited [ASX: BCT] – which has developed a unique temperature sensing and tracking solution initially for cryogenic sample management in the healthcare and life science industry – today announced that it has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Gentris Corporation.

The strategic partnership will be focused on expanding Gentris' service model to include temperature tracking services.

Gentris, located in North Carolina, provides pharmacogenomics and biorepository support for all phases of clinical studies and genomic biomarker programs. Gentris collaborates with academic and industry leaders to translate innovations in pharmacogenomics into safer, more effective medicines, aimed at accelerated drug discovery and improvement in clinical treatment outcomes.

In addition to signing a strategic partnership agreement, Gentris has also signed up for Bluechiip's Early Adopter Program (EAP). This includes purchasing the trial bluechiip® solution, thereby assisting with the ongoing validation of the bluechiip® system.

Eric Hall, Vice President of Gentris' Biorepository Operations, said: "We believe the bluechiip technology offers bioreposititories and bioresource laboratories significant value via its ability to sense sample level temperature. This capability will allow Gentris to track the temperature of individual samples from time of collection to analysis, which improves our ability to evaluate and control the integrity of client samples. We are excited about the opportunity to collaborate with Bluechiip in the Early Adopter Program as we expand our biorepository service options."


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