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Date:10/20/2008

ore Laboratory, will house the most state-of-the art scientific equipment in the areas of genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, animal and plant imaging, microscopy, and structural chemistry. In preparation for the opening of the campus, the DHMRI has purchased the first phase of equipment for the various core laboratories, including the Bruker Biospin 950 MHz NMR. In addition to the DHMRI initiative, David H. Murdock has invested $35 million in a longitudinal population-based research initiative led by Duke University to examine the behavioral and genetic differences in people that lead to the development of disease. The project, entitled the M.U.R.D.O.C.K Study, is an acronym for Measurement to Understand the Reclassification of Disease in Cabarrus/Kannapolis. It will be conducted on site by Duke University scientists and their collaborators and will span over a number of years. "This beautiful, one-of-a-kind Core Laboratory is the heart of the Campus, and I believe it represents an unprecedented opportunity for scientists here to perform breakthrough research that can eventually transform the way we think about and practice medicine," said Dr. Victor Dzau.

Mr. Murdock's vision for the campus is for the NC Research Campus to be the epicenter of health, wellness and disease research in the world. The presence of vast scientific and human resources combined in a unique collaborative environment on the campus will increase the flow of information from the academic laboratory to industry, resulting in an improvement in the quality of life for people here and around the world. "The possible collaboration of the different entities at the NC Research Campus is endless and will be the start of a whole new era of collaborative research and innovation to benefit mankind," stated David Murdock. "And that's good news for a world needing to hear good news."

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