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HemoGenix(R), Inc Announces Implementation of ORF Genetics Human Growth Factors and Cytokines in All Human HALO(R) Assay Kits and Contract Research Services
Date:12/3/2008

or basic research, toxicity, safety and risk assessment for the biopharmaceutical and environmental arenas, and quality control and potency assays for stem cell transplantation processing laboratories. HemoGenix(R) produces and sells its assays directly or through its distributors worldwide. HemoGenix(R) is a privately owned company.

About ORF Genetics, hf.

ORF Genetics was the first company to introduce biorisk-free growth factors to global R&D. Headquartered in Reykjavik, Iceland, ORF Genetics, hf. is a privately owned biotech company that is committed to economically viable, green technology for the production of growth factors and hard to produce recombinant proteins. Utilizing its unique Orfeus(TM) plant-based expression system, the company is currently the only provider of such growth factors to serve the needs of the medical research, cell culture media, diagnostics and cosmetic markets. ORF was recently awarded the prestigious 2008 Icelandic Innovation Award by the Icelandic Center for Research and the Icelandic Trade Council. The annual award is given to a single Icelandic company that is pioneering research and development.

    CONTACT:
    Ivan N. Rich, PhD
    Founder and CEO
    719-264-6250
    ivannr@hemogenix.com

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