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NanoLogix Begins Construction of Production Facility for Medical Test Kits
Date:4/21/2009

HUBBARD, Ohio, April 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- NanoLogix, Inc. (OTC: NNLX) -- NanoLogix Inc. has begun construction on a 2,800 square foot manufacturing facility at its headquarters in Hubbard, Ohio. It will contain a production cleanroom, cold-storage vault, and shipping and receiving area to be used in the fabrication of BNP(TM) Ultra-Fast test kits.

The revolutionary new BNP(TM) kits provide accelerated detection of bacteria and pathogens -- 100 to 600% faster than conventional Petri plate testing. They will have broad applications in Homeland Security, human and veterinary medicine, processing and safety of food, cosmetics and drugs, research and development, and industrial and environmental testing.

One of the foremost bio-defense and biomedical research centers in the U.S. recently found in its tests that the BNP(TM) provided results up to four times faster than current Petri plate methods. Using the BNP(TM) they were able to view anthrax cultures in one-quarter of the time, and bubonic plague (Black Death) cultures in half of the time possible with the best traditional methods. The study appears in the current online issue of Letters in Applied Microbiology. Link to study:

http://nanologix.com/downloads/NNLX_resource_3.pdf

The new facility will replace the company's current limited-production operation at its research and development laboratory in Cincinnati, boosting production capability to thousands of BNP(TM) kits per day. This provides the opportunity for expanded R&D of other NanoLogix products at the Cincinnati lab.

The BNP(TM) kit is based on NanoLogix's revolutionary sandwiched-membrane Petri technology. The company believes the BNP(TM) has a high potential of capturing a
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