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Pressure BioSciences, Inc. and Omni International Announce Marketing, Distribution, and Technology Development Agreement
Date:12/11/2008

s novel, patent-pending device uses a unique approach to extract high yields of nucleic acids, proteins, lipids, and small molecules from tough, fibrous, and other difficult-to-disrupt samples, such as muscle, skin, plant cell walls, and insects, and with minimal damage to fragile molecules. We believe this product fills an existing customer need, and that utilizing our very effective worldwide distribution network, we can be highly successful in placing this product within our existing customer base. And since the PCT Shredder uses a similar processing container (PULSE Tube(C)) as used in PBI's PCT Sample Preparation System, successful placement of the PCT Shredder can lead not only to revenue for both companies, but also to increased visibility of PBI's PCT Sample Preparation System."

Mr. Jahn concluded: "PBI has publicly disclosed that they are actively seeking to raise additional capital through equity financing under terms consistent with shareholder approval obtained on September 25, 2008. We will be participating in this financing, as we believe that the technology is sound, the market is large, the future is very bright, and because we want to be an integral part of the new, refocused PBI.

Mr. Richard T. Schumacher, President, and CEO of PBI commented: "Omni has an extensive homogenization product line (including high throughput automated equipment) that has been recognized for years for its quality and dependability. They continually develop new and improved homogenization products to satisfy changing customer needs. They have also been very successful in marketing and distributing their products through effective distribution channels in every major market in the world. We are very pleased to have the opportunity to work with Karl and his team to aggressively distribute the PCT Shredder worldwide, and also to co-develop a new concept in laboratory-scale sample preparation that combines the advantages of both h
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