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Date:9/26/2011

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About EGEN, Inc.

EGEN, Inc. (EGEN), located in Huntsville, Alabama, is a privately held biopharmaceutical company focused on developing therapeutics for the treatment of human diseases including cancer. The Company specializes in the delivery of therapeutic nucleic acids (DNA and RNAi) and proteins aimed at specific disease targets. The Company has a significant intellectual property position in synthetic carriers, their combination with oligonucleotides, and their therapeutic applications. EGEN also has research pipeline products aimed at treatment of various cancer indications and has collaborations with outside investigators, biotech organizations and universities on various projects in these areas.

About SAIC-Frederick

SAIC-Frederick Inc. is the prime contractor for NCI's research and development center in Frederick, Md. This is a national laboratory dedicated to rapidly translating basic research into new technologies for diagnosing, treating, and preventing cancer and AIDS. SAIC-Frederick conducts basic research and maintains a full suite of advanced technologies in areas such as nanotechnology, genomics, proteomics, and imaging. The company operates the federal government's drug and vaccine manufacturing facilities; operates the high-performance Advanced Biomedical Computing Center; and supports more than 300 clinical trials for patients in the United States and around the world. SAIC-Frederick is a wholly owned subsidiary of SAIC, a Fortune 500® company (NYSE: SAI).

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