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Nanosyn, Inc. and PCAS Announce the Signing of a Joint-Venture Agreement to Operate PCAS-NANOSYN, LLC
Date:8/12/2009

al quantities of APIs," said Nikolai Sepetov, President and CEO of Nanosyn, Inc. "Ensuring quality, start to finish, is fundamental to the success we share with our clients."

Currently, the PCAS-NANOSYN, LLC facility is fully operational and is founded on the assets of Seres Laboratories. Nanosyn acquired the physical assets of Seres in March of 2009 and retained its experienced staff in order to take advantage of its 30 year history as an FDA registered cGMP site. As part of PCAS-NANOSYN, LLC strategy to be the premier provider of high quality and cost efficient services for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, the joint venture plans to expand the site by upgrading its existing R&D and analytical capabilities, while adding new, advanced capacities. Olga Issakova, Ph.D., Executive Vice President of Nanosyn, Inc., will serve as CEO of the newly formed company.

About Nanosyn:

Nanosyn (www.nanosyn.com) is a Contract Research Organization providing integrated drug discovery services, medicinal chemistry, made-to-order focused compound libraries, hit-to-lead optimization, assay development, screening and profiling services, process chemistry, and other innovative solutions to meet our partners' drug discovery needs. Founded in 1998, Nanosyn is privately held and self-funding. The company is headquartered in Menlo Park, California with sites in San Diego, California and Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.

About PCAS:

PCAS (www.pcas.com) is a listed group on the Paris Stockmarket. A leading Fine Chemical company, PCAS operates eight chemical plants in Europe and North America and offers world-class services related to the process development and manufacturing of multi-step, complex organic chemicals from kilolab to multi-ton scale. PCAS provides servic
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