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Microfluidics and POWREX Launch Revolutionary Continuous Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology in Japan
Date:4/21/2010

iming and cost of consistent, continuous large-scale commercial production."

Microfluidics Japanese Patent Application
Microfluidics has applied for a Japanese patent on MRT entitled "Apparatus and Methods for Nanoparticle Generation and Process Intensification of Transport and Reaction Systems." This is the first time that the Company has filed for this type of charter outside of the United States.

"Because we have such confidence in our valued partner, POWREX, we are filing for a patent and are eager to introduce this revolutionary platform technology to Japan," said Michael C. Ferrara, President and CEO of Microfluidics. "MRT enables pharmaceutical companies interested in continuous manufacturing to break new ground in crystallization and nanotechnology application development. POWREX engineers have been well trained to understand how to make the most of the results through a combination of a unique processor and expert process development skills. Their collective experience and dedication in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and energy industries will align their customers for success."

To learn more about MRT attend the Microfluidics press conference, visit the company's INTERPHEX 2010 (April 20-22, 2010, NYC) booth #2214 or contact Kris Sarajian at ksarajian(at)mfics(dot)com or (+1) 617.969.5452 x233.

ABOUT POWREX CORPORATION
Established in 1950 as Fuji Kikai Kohgyo Co, Ltd., and based in Hyogo, POWREX has grown over the past half-century to become one of the largest processing technologies companies in Japan. POWREX partners with its customers to deliver value-added original powder processing solutions including hardware, software and engineering services.

ABOUT MICROFLUIDICS
Microfluidics (OTCBB: MFLU) is the exclusive producer of Microfluidizer® high shear fluid processors for uniform particle size reduction, robust cell disruption and bottom-up nanopartic
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