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MiMedx Announces Brian J. Splan as President
Date:3/3/2008

TAMPA, Fla., March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- MiMedx, Inc., a development-stage medical device company, announced today that Brian J. Splan has been appointed President. In this role, Mr. Splan will be providing strategic and tactical leadership to the MiMedx team.

Throughout his 34-year career, Mr. Splan has consistently demonstrated the ability to manage a wide range of operations and deliver excellent results for customers and shareholders. Beginning in 1986, Mr. Splan was employed by Smith & Nephew, Inc. in a variety of positions of increasing responsibility. Mr. Splan was Executive Vice President of Finance and Administration of Smith & Nephew, Inc., President of Ioptex Research, Inc., a subsidiary of Smith & Nephew, PLC. He also served as President of the Healthcare Division of Smith & Nephew, Inc. US operations.

"We are delighted to have the opportunity to add someone of Brian's caliber to our senior management team," said Tom D'Alonzo, CEO of MiMedx. "His extensive experience will help us to accelerate our exciting discoveries into product candidates."

MiMedx recently became a public Company through a reverse merger with Alynx, Co. For more information on MiMedx, see http://www.mimedx.com.

About MiMedx, Inc.

Founded in 2006, MiMedx, Inc. is a development-stage Florida corporation with technology focusing on biomaterials for soft tissue repair, such as tendons, ligaments and cartilage, as well as other biomaterial-based products for other medical applications. The company, based in Tampa, Florida, holds an exclusive, worldwide license from the Shriner's Hospital for Children and the University of South Florida Research Foundation for certain nordihydroguaiaretic acid (NDGA) technology. MiMedx is targeting this proprietary technology for a number of diverse medical applications.

MiMedx, Inc. also has a wholly-owned subsidiary, SpineMedica, LLC, based in Atlanta, Georgia,
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