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Norgen Biotek Corp. Launches a Novel kit to Collect, Concentrate, Preserve and Isolate DNA, RNA, microRNA and proteins from Urine Specimens
Date:9/14/2010

centrate and ship urine at room temperature is especially attractive for self administered urine specimen collection, concentration and preservation. The availability of this device will make it possible to conduct various population studies, including studies on sexually transmitted infections.

We have also made our Urine Preservative available to researchers in both liquid format and dried format in various sized tubes to allow the collection of urine in any amount suitable for any assay. This will enable customers to have a one stop shop for all urine preservation and transport.

"Our mission is to bring to market innovative Best-in-Class sample preparation kits that can be used in research as well as in diagnostic applications. Indeed, we have been diligently working on adopting these cutting edge sample preparation tools to develop First-In-Class non-invasive point-of-care diagnostic kits" Said Dr. Yousef Haj-Ahmad, President & CEO of Norgen Biotek.

About Norgen Biotek Corp. -------------------------

Norgen Biotek is a rapidly growing privately-held Canadian biotechnology company specialized in the research, development, manufacture and marketing of a variety of commercial products derived from its proprietary technology. Currently, this technology is used in protein, RNA and DNA purification and clean-up kits. Norgen is also bundling its sample preparation technology into the diagnostic kits. Additional information is available on the company's website: www.norgenbiotek.com.

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