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ImQuest BioSciences and Arisyn Therapeutics Announce Strategic Partnership to Develop Infectious Disease and Cancer Drugs
Date:4/29/2009

artnership is an important step in the development of our portfolio. ImQuest BioSciences brings a broad range of expertise and a wealth of experience to Arisyn," said Eric Zucco, President of Arisyn. "After years of pre-clinical evaluations, we now look to Imquest BioSciences to guide these compounds into and through human clinical trials."

About Arisyn Therapeutics Inc.

Arisyn Therapeutics Inc. is a privately held biotechnology company focused on the clinical development of small molecule therapeutics for infectious diseases and cancer. Arisyn's strategy is to develop novel inhibitors with unique mechanisms of action for chronic diseases without effective therapeutic options such as HIV, hepatitis, and cancer. Arisyn Therapeutics Inc. is based in Frederick, Maryland and is on the web at http://www.Arisyn.com.

About ImQuest BioSciences, Inc.

ImQuest BioSciences, a privately held U.S. company located in Frederick, Maryland is a leading provider of anti-infective therapeutic and microbicide development and anti-cancer services to the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry. ImQuest has broad based capabilities to assist companies with the discovery and preclinical development of new therapeutics, vaccines and preventatives, as well as the management of IND-directed programs for the evaluation of active products in human clinical trials. ImQuest is on the web at http://www.imquest.com.


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