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ISTO Technologies, Inc., Completes Enrollment in Phase I NuQu Clinical Trial
Date:10/5/2010

utilizing juvenile cartilage cells.The company's leading cartilage products include DeNovo® ET, a scaffold-free engineered tissue graft intended to repair cartilage defects in the knee, and NuQu™, a minimally invasive juvenile chondrocyte therapy for early intervention and restoration of disc function in patients suffering from discogenic back pain. ISTO has strategically partnered the DeNovo ET program with Zimmer Holdings, Inc. Both programs are currently in clinical trials.

The Company also manufactures and markets InQu®, an osteobiologic bone graft extender and substitute.

For additional information about ISTO, please visit our website at www.istotech.com or contact Scott Gill, Chief Financial Officer, at 314-995-6049. Media Contact:Kimberly Muscara(646) 536-7011kmuscara@theruthgroup.com
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