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Corgenix Receives Additional European Patent, Announces Publication of Important Clinical Study on AtherOx(R) Technology
Date:6/22/2010

"Our study showed that patients with severe coronary artery disease (CAD) had significantly higher mean levels of Oxidized-LDL/B2-Glycoprotein I (AtherOx) complexes," said Dr. Greco, principal investigator and lead author. "This supports the concept that AtherOx is associated with severity of CAD and demonstrates a 3.5-fold-increased risk for adverse outcomes."

Corgenix, in collaboration with Dr. Greco's and other groups, are investigating additional clinical populations to further assess the utility of AtherOx in determining the level of CAD risk and the means to modify its serum levels to reduce or prevent cardiovascular adverse outcomes.

Corgenix holds exclusive worldwide licensing rights for this technology outside of Japan. The technology is incorporated in the company's AtherOx product group, a next-generation technology to identify individuals at risk for developing atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. In all countries where the use of products employing this technology has not been cleared, the products shall not be used for diagnostic use as the performance characteristics have not been established.

About AtherOx®

The AtherOx molecule is comprised of oxidized low-density lipoprotein (oxLDL) complexed with the plasma protein B2GPI. Although oxLDL has been implicated in cardiovascular disease, according to results published in the Annals of N.Y. Academy of Science (2007), determination of oxLDL/B2GPI complexes, rather than oxLDL alone, may be a more physiologic and accurate way of assessing the risk of progressive atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease in individuals with systemic lupus erythematosus and lupus-like disorders. Corgenix licensed this technology in 2002 and is developing additional products utilizing this unique platform.


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