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SENOMYX ANNOUNCES CORPORATE UPDATE AND SECOND QUARTER 2014 FINANCIAL RESULTS
Date:7/31/2014

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Upcoming Commercialization:Senomyx's newest Sweetmyx ingredient (S617) is a flavor with modifying properties that is used as part of a flavor system to maintain the taste in a wide variety of foods and beverages in which a sweetener has been reduced.  PepsiCo has exclusive rights to use the new flavor ingredient worldwide in non-alcoholic beverages and Firmenich has rights to commercialize it for food product categories and alcoholic beverages, with exclusive rights until March 2018. 

Discovery & Development Program Updates:Sweet Taste Program:
The primary goal of Senomyx's Sweet Taste Program is to add to the Company's portfolio of new flavor ingredients that restore the desired flavor profile to food and beverage products that have a significant reduction in sweeteners.  Senomyx is continuing efforts to discover novel flavors with modifying properties that could create incremental value. The Company has identified new flavor modifiers of sucrose and fructose that possess advantageous properties and may help expand the potential market for Senomyx's sweet flavor modifiers portfolio.  Evaluations and prioritization of new sweet flavor modifiers that are candidates for development activities are ongoing.

The goal of the Natural Products component of Senomyx's Sweet Taste Program is to discover and develop novel no- or low-calorie natural high intensity sweeteners and natural sweet flavor modifiers.  The Company has identified several natural products from plant sources that function as flavors with modifying properties and natural high intensity sweeteners.  Continuing activities include further expansion of Senomyx's natural products library, high-throughput screening of these plant-derived samples, and additional taste tests of samples of interest.

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