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SENOMYX ANNOUNCES CORPORATE UPDATE AND SECOND QUARTER FINANCIAL RESULTS
Date:8/1/2013

a very meaningful reduction of HFCS and sucrose in product prototypes while maintaining the desired sweet taste.  Definitive safety studies, as well as additional regulatory-focused activities, are ongoing.  Senomyx has also identified new promising HFCS modifiers that have distinct properties for restoring the flavor profile in reduced-sweetener products.  Optimization and evaluations of multiple potential new sweet flavor modifiers are underway.

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 taste modifiers.  The Company has achieved a taste proof-of-concept with the identification of its first natural sucrose modifier.  Ongoing activities include further expansion of Senomyx's natural products library, high-throughput screening of these plant-derived samples, and taste tests of samples of interest.

Cooling Taste Program:  The goal of the Cooling Taste Program is to identify novel cooling agents that have advantages over currently available agents such as menthol.  S2227, a new cooling agent, has been advanced into definitive safety studies in preparation for future regulatory filings. Firmenich has exclusive commercialization rights for certain selected new flavors developed under the Cooling Taste Program and is currently evaluating these cooling agents for potential future commercialization.Salt Taste Program:  The goal of Senomyx's Salt Taste Program is to identify flavor ingredients that allow a significant reduction of sodium in foods and beverages yet maintain the salty taste desirable to consumers.  This program is an important research focus for the Company's longer-term pipeline.
Senomyx has assembled a proprietary database of proteins found in taste buds and progress is being made exploring the role of a number of these proteins that may be involved in salt tas
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