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Pressure BioSciences, Inc. and the J. Craig Venter Institute Announce Collaboration Agreement & Purchase of a PCT System
Date:12/17/2008

cular weight DNA for further sequence analysis of the organisms we work with here at JCVI. It is always satisfying when a simple solution presents itself to address a complex problem. PBI's PCT technology represents one of those solutions."

Mr. Matthew Potter, Vice President of Sales for Pressure BioSciences, Inc., said, "We are excited that the J. Craig Venter Institute, with their purchase of a PCT System, has recognized the potential of PCT to improve the extraction of proteins and nucleic acids from biological samples, a key step in laboratory research. We are also pleased to have the opportunity to collaborate with the JCVI in their microbiome project. The NIH has recently initiated the Human Microbiome Project with the mission to comprehensively characterize microbes that live on and in the human body, and to analyze their role in human health and disease. This is a very important NIH-funded project, and we are pleased that PCT will play a role in the program."

Sale of Two PCT Systems to a Global Biopharmaceutical Company

Recent data presented by independent scientists at the FACSS (Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies) annual meeting held September 29-October 2, 2008 demonstrated that pressure cycling technology (PCT) provided the most efficient method available for digesting protein therapeutics without introducing protein modifications. A leading global biopharmaceutical company, a current customer of PBI, has now purchased two PCT Sample Preparation Systems to continue studies as part of their process development, including improved throughput, product characterization, and method development applications. Additionally, this global biopharmaceutical company is undertaking a multi-functional, cross-site initiative to evaluate other applications of PCT as a potential platform technology.

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