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Critical Step Toward Commercialization of Pre-Symptomatic Diagnosis of Ovarian Cancer Achieved by Arrayit Diagnostics
Date:12/9/2009

obally recognized for its groundbreaking work in genomic and proteomic research. Arrayit Corporation will use these biomarkers to create a microarray test that will allow the identification of ovarian cancer in patients before any symptoms occur. We are very proud to be teaming with Wayne State University to bring this potentially life-saving screening tool to market."

Arrayit Diagnostics plans to file a premarket approval application for its proprietary Pre-symptomatic Ovarian Cancer Diagnostic Test with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in the near future. Upon receiving marketing approval, Arrayit Diagnostics will actively market and distribute the test kit worldwide.

Based on data derived from the American Cancer Society and the current frequency of Pap smear tests - and the assumption that a test for ovarian cancer would be conducted in concert with the Pap smear --Arrayit Diagnostics estimates that the present market for an early stage ovarian cancer diagnostic test could exceed 66 million tests each year in the U.S. alone. When adding estimates for Western Europe and Japan, that number could nearly triple to 175 million tests annually.

About Arrayit Corporation

Arrayit Corporation, headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, leads and empowers the genetic, research, pharmaceutical and diagnostic communities through the discovery, development and manufacture of proprietary life science technologies and consumables for disease prevention, treatment and cure. It now offers over 650 products to a customer base of more than 10,000 laboratories worldwide, including almost every major university, pharmaceutical and biotechnology company, major agricultural and chemical companies, government agencies, national research foundations and many private sector enterprises. Please visit www.arrayit.com for more information.

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