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Cyntellect to Collaborate With the Burnham Institute for Medical Research
Date:8/26/2008

g purposes, (ii) image-based cell purification of adherent and non-adherent cell types and (iii) laser-based macromolecule delivery into cells, including siRNA, small molecules, proteins and quantum dots.

"Burnham scientists are clearly among the elite in the world of stem cell biology and we are excited to be working closely with them to exploit LEAP's capabilities to improve their potential in working with stem cells," stated Dr. Fred Koller, Cyntellect's President and CEO. "It is an important and noble endeavor that we hope and expect will offer some novel and powerful solutions to the life science and therapeutic markets."

About Burnham Institute for Medical Research

Burnham Institute for Medical Research is dedicated to revealing the fundamental molecular causes of disease and devising the innovative therapies of tomorrow. Burnham is one of the fastest growing research institutes in the country with operations in California and Florida. The Institute ranks among the top four institutions nationally for NIH grant funding and among the top 25 organizations worldwide for its research impact. Burnham utilizes a unique, collaborative approach to medical research and has established major research programs in cancer, neurodegeneration, diabetes, infectious and inflammatory and childhood diseases. The Institute is known for its world-class capabilities in stem cell research and drug discovery technologies. Burnham is a nonprofit, public benefit corporation. For more information, please visit http://www.burnham.org.

About Cyntellect

Cyntellect, Inc. is a life sciences company committed to revolutionizing the use of living cells in life science research and cellular therapy. The Company combines expertise in high-speed cell imaging and laser-based manipulation to develop products that enable novel cell imaging, purification, and transfection capabilities to enhance the productivity of
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