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Histogen Welcomes Dr. Hyma Gollamudi as Chief Business Officer
Date:12/3/2008

ed to work toward forming alliances, navigating products through reimbursement hurdles, and contributing to the Company's success in various markets."

Through the Company's proprietary bioreactor technology, Histogen is uniquely capable of simulating the embryonic environment, creating products that are embryonic in nature without containing embryonic stem cells or animal components. From two product families - ExCeltrixTM, Histogen's insoluble human Extracellular Matrix (ECM), and ReGenicaTM, Histogen's proprietary liquid complex - the Company has created a product portfolio which includes applications from stem cell culturing to skin care, tissue regeneration to hair regrowth.

About Histogen
Histogen, launched in 2007, seeks to redefine regenerative medicine by developing a series of high-value products that do not contain embryonic stem cells or animal components. Through Histogen's proprietary bioreactors that mimic the embryonic environment, newborn fibroblasts are encouraged to naturally produce the vital proteins and growth factors from which the Company has developed its rich product portfolio. Histogen recently launched its first product - BioNuesisTM Human Stem Cell Culturing Kits - and announced the creation of its cosmeceutical venture - Histogen Aesthetics. For more information, please visit www.histogeninc.com.

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