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Crystal Research Associates, LLC Issues Executive Informational Overview(R) (EIO(R)) on Bioniche Life Sciences Inc.
Date:2/13/2009

and water supplies. Its most significant initiative is Econiche(TM), a vaccine administered to cattle that reduces the level of Escherichia coli (E. coli) O157:H7 that cattle shed, thus minimizing the risk of human illness from contaminated food or water. The vaccine was fully licensed in Canada in October 2008. In addition, in mid-2008, the Company secured C$25 million in government funding for a vaccine production facility scale-up in Belleville, Ontario, Canada, as part of a long-term C$107 million project to create an Animal Health and Food Safety Vaccine Manufacturing Centre.

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Crystal Research Associates, LLC is an independent research firm that provides institutional-quality, fee-based research to small and mid-cap companies. Crystal Research Associates' unique and novel product, the Executive Informational Overview(R) (EIO(R)), is free of investment ratings, target prices, and forward-looking financial models. The EIO(R) presents a crystal clear, detailed report on a company (public or private) in a manner that is easily understood by the Wall Street financial community. The EIO(R) details a company's product/technology/service offerings, market size(s), key intellectual property, leadership, growth strategy, competition, risks, financial statements, key events, and other such fundamental information. Crystal Research Associates has offices in New York City, Delray Beach, Montreal, and Toronto. Crystal Research Associates has been compensated by the Company in cash of sixty-two thousand five hundred U.S. dollars and one hundred fifty thousand Options/Warrants for its services in creating and updating the base report, for updates, and for printing costs.

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