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SENOMYX ANNOUNCES FOURTH QUARTER AND YEAR-END 2008 FINANCIAL RESULTS
Date:2/12/2009

ry goals of this program are to reduce or block bitter taste and to improve the overall taste characteristics of foods, beverages, and ingredients. Senomyx has two collaborators for the Bitter Blocker Program. The Company identified S0812 and other bitter blockers that met the criteria for reducing the bitterness of several variations of one collaborator's product, as well as additional product prototypes. Senomyx has therefore initiated development activities intended to support regulatory filings for these bitter blockers in the U.S. and elsewhere. The development phase includes scale-up manufacturing and safety studies.

Senomyx also had significant progress in its collaboration with Solae, which involves the discovery and development of new bitter blockers that modulate and control bitterness in certain soy-based products. Senomyx identified new bitter blockers that provided a taste proof-of-concept with a representative soy sample from Solae. These bitter blockers are undergoing optimization for further taste evaluation.

* Salt Enhancer Program: The goal of the Salt Enhancer 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. During 2008, Senomyx reported a major scientific finding with the discovery of SNMX-29, the protein the Company believes is the primary receptor responsible for human salt taste. Using new proprietary screening assays based on SNMX-29, Senomyx has identified well over 100 enhancers of both sodium chloride (table salt) and potassium chloride that are active in the assays. These enhancers, which represent 12 diverse sample classes, are being optimized to increase their solubility, potency, and taste characteristics. Taste tests to determine their efficacy have been initiated.

* Cool Flavor Program: The goal of the Cool Flavor Program is to identify novel co
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