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Kenrico Announces Records of Patents for 2012 and Financial Targets for 2013
Date:1/22/2013

atent 4485940 – European Patent 03720506.09), was approved by Health Canada in Canada and in Europe by European Medical Device Agency. Separately, the company entered into strategic agreements with pharmaceutical companies to market nattokinase based Lexirin globally to physician for prevention of cell death. Apoptotic cell death plays a significant role in the tissue damage that occurs in association with aging and various abnormal conditions, for example, ischemia and various gastrointestinal disorders.

  •     LEXIRIN ® (US Patent 6,793,945 – 6,413,556), is a medical breakthrough in the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders, deleterious dermatological conditions, immunosuppression or immunodeficiency, reperfusion damage resulting from ischemia, cardiovascular disorders, transplantation, wound healing, tissue rejection and Alzheimer's disease, and the treatment of adverse reactions from medications. LEXIRIN also can significantly decrease conditions and diseases related to aging and blocked blood circulation. LEXIRIN has passed US FDA's Phase I human clinical trials at Alta Bates Medical Center in Berkeley.
  •     ION SHOWER HEAD EX ®, ION WATER PURIFIER ®, FOREVER ALKALINE WATER STICK PURIFIER ®. A technological advancement in water treatment technology that blends natural quartz, citrine crystals and natural minerals from Japanese hot springs for health and stress treatment.
  • Financial targets
    Kenrico continues to expect full year 2013 revenue to double from a base of $149 million in 2012.

    In addition, the company updated its anticipated consolidated tax rate to range of 10 percent.

    About Kenrico
    Kenrico is a global research-driven pharmaceutical company dedicated to putting patients first. Established in 1985, Kenrico currently discovers, develops, manufactures and markets prescription and alternative medicines to add
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