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Medinet Licenses MaxCyte Cell Loading Technology for Cancer Immunotherapy in Japan
Date:8/27/2007

rtnership validates the potential for our cell- loading technology in a commercial setting in Japan and is the natural next step for our two companies to take based on the success of our initial collaboration. Our technology has been shown to provide unparalleled efficiency, reproducibility, and scalability for cell therapy products such as Medinet's, providing reduced risk and the potential for enhanced efficacy, thus accelerating drug development and commercial use for cancer patients in Japan," he added. "Medinet is a clear leader in cell-based therapies in Japan with world-class expertise in immunotherapeutics, and we look forward to continuing to develop what has quickly become a very successful and mutually beneficial relationship," he further commented.

About Medinet

Medinet is a world leading company in cell therapy, supporting medical service providers in Japan. Through its service, Medinet provides medical institutions with advanced technologies and knowhow in: cell processing and culturing, quality control, and facility management with respect to the immuno-cell therapy. Medinet has extensive experience in autologous cell processing; with nearly 6,500 cancer patients treated in actual clinical practice through more than 53,000 cell therapy manufacturing processes. Medinet continues to invest in R&D to improve cell processing technologies in an effort to increase efficacy in collaborative clinical studies with university hospitals and medical institutions. Medinet went public in October, 2003 on the MOTHERS, Tokyo Stock Exchange. For more information, visit http://www.medinet-inc.co.jp/english/

About MaxCyte

MaxCyte is a clinical-stage cell therapeutics company with a rapidly growing pipeline of product development partnerships in cell-based therapies. The Company's proprietary, non-viral, ex vivo cell loading technology overcomes critical obstacles such as safety, sc
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