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Irvine Scientific and Selexis to Announce Results of Successful Collaboration
Date:10/12/2009

o develop and maintain high-performance mammalian cell lines used in the expression of pharmaceutically relevant proteins (i.e. targets, MAbs, rProteins). The company's core intellectual property portfolio is based on the discovery and application of novel DNA based elements that control the dynamic organization of chromatin within all mammalian cells - Selexis Genetic Elements(TM). Selexis has further developed platforms, to include: Selexis SUREtech Vectors(TM), Selexis SUREfection(TM) Selexis SURE Cell Line Development(TM) and Selexis INTEGRA-D2M(TM).

About Irvine Scientific:

Irvine Scientific, a subsidiary of Japan Energy Corporation, is a worldwide leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of medical devices including Industrial Cell Culture, Cytogenetic, and Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) products. Irvine Scientific is a large scale producer of advanced and quality cell culture media for the industrial bioprocess and diagnostic markets. The company has extensive experience in the design of culture media leading to significant improvement in biopharmaceutical production yield. The company also manufactures media for medical and stem cell applications.

Irvine Scientific's worldwide distribution channels deliver products to large scale biopharmaceutical industry and to the research and laboratory communities.

    For more information contact:

    Irvine Scientific
    Phone: +949-261-7800
    Email tmrequest@irvinesci.com

    Selexis
    Phone: +41 (0)22 308 93 60
    Email: SURE@selexis.com

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