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Eqalix Enters Sponsored Research Agreement with Temple University
Date:12/11/2012

Reston, VA (PRWEB) December 11, 2012

Under the agreement, Eqalix and Temple Bioengineering Chair and Professor Peter I. Lelkes will jointly advance the development of its three breakthrough technologies for regenerative medicine – protein-based skin substitute, regenerative blood vessels and nerve endings and regeneration of damaged and traumatized organs.

“This arrangement with Temple University works well with our strategy as an emerging company to maintain low overhead costs while accessing leading scientific expertise for the development of our product candidates,” said Eqalix Chairman and CEO Joseph P. Connell. “At the same time, we are building another example of a collaborative effort between the private sector and academia to further the development of novel approaches to treat diseases requiring improved therapies that will address the unmet needs of patients.”

Eqalix is an emerging regenerative medicine development company with a goal of enhancing the quality of life of consumers and patients by providing novel nano-materials for the repair and regeneration of diseased, traumatized and aging tissues. Its innovative technologies are intended to revolutionize the unmet needs in multiple commercial and therapeutic applications in the Regenerative Medicine space.

“We are excited and enthusiastic about entering into a Sponsored Research Agreement with a visionary start-up company such as Eqalix that will entail groundbreaking research in regenerative engineering, as well as the development of innovative and affordable products for wound care and cosmetic applications alike,” said Lelkes, who also serves as director of the Institute for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering in Temple’s School of Medicine.

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