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International Drug & Explosive Detection Firm Identa Corp Releasing: Jant Pharmacal Corporation Reports Successful Market Penetration of the Accutest(R) IDenta Co-brand in the United States and Oversees
Date:10/24/2008

the use of the kits, but will generate acceptance and continued sales to law enforcement agencies throughout the United States. Certification programs are currently underway in law enforcement agencies, police departments, and drug task forces in multiple states.

- The Accutest(R) IDenta Explosives and Drugs Identification Field Test Kits are being evaluated by the US Military and other major federal and state agencies (DEA, NEW YORK P.D.). Adoption by these agencies would significantly increase revenues by the beginning of 2009. In addition, Jant Pharmacal received approval from the Department of Forensics Science in Virginia, in accordance with regulations of the approval of Field Tests for the detection of drugs to be used by law enforcement professionals.

- Over the last quarter, the Accutest(R) IDenta product line had been demonstrated and promoted in specialized law enforcement, military and public safety, national and regional tradeshows including The Narcotics Officer Association Shows in Georgia, California, Texas, Oklahoma, Arizona, and the Drug Task Force Show in Tennessee, just to name a few. The Accutest(R) IDenta product line will also be exhibited in future shows such as Trexpo, and Shot Show 2009.

- Accutest(R) IDenta products are being promoted through major Law Enforcement trade journals, such as The Law Enforcement Technology Magazine, Law Officer Magazine, American Probation and Parole Journal, the NarcOfficer magazine and Police Magazine. The Accutest(R) IDenta is currently a nominee for the 2008 Forensics Innovation Awards by the Cygnus Law Enforcement Group.

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Since 2003, IDenta Corporation has been recognized as a worldwide leader in the development of proprietary on-site drug, drug precursor and explosive detection kits. IDenta develops, manufactures and distributes products for the both professional and civil markets which consistently pass the highest qualifications and testing procedures of la
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