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Date:1/13/2009

za virus nonclinical models. Unlike current antiviral compounds and vaccines, Fludase(R) targets human host receptors, not virus components, and thus carries a reduced risk of drug resistance compared with currently available antiviral drugs. Extensive, prolonged nonclinical studies have not shown the development of any meaningful resistance.

Viradin(TM) is a highly-stable protein, currently at lead optimization stage, directed to the treatment of viral hemorrhagic fever caused by viruses such as Ebola and Marburg, as well as the treatment of sepsis and septic shock. TOSAP(TM) is a novel, elegant, inexpensive & easily scalable microparticle formulation technology invented and developed by NexBio, used to formulate Fludase for inhalation as well as the compounds of partners, under license. NexBio has recently begun a collaboration with a Pharma company to formulate one of their proprietary antibodies. TOSAP has been shown to successfully formulate multiple classes of molecule, such as protein (including peptides and antibodies), small molecule, oligonucleotides (including siRNA) and virus.

For more information about NexBio, Inc., please visit http://www.nexbio.com

    Contact:

    David Wurtman, M.D., M.B.A
    VP, Corporate Development
    10665 Sorrento Valley Road
    San Diego, CA  92121
    Phone: (858) 452-2631
    dwurtman@nexbio.com

Note: FDA has yet to approve the name Fludase.

DISCLOSURE NOTICE:

This release contains forward-looking information about the research and development program of NexBio and the potential efficacy of product candidates that might result from programs that involve substantial risks and uncertainties. Such risks and uncertainties include, among other things, the uncertainties inherent in research and development activit
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