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

oling flavors that do not have the limitations of currently available agents. Senomyx has initiated taste tests of samples that were active in the Company's proprietary high-throughput screening assay designed to identify potential new cooling agents. In a recent advance, preliminary results indicated that a newly identified sample provided a cooling taste effect. This and other samples will be investigated further.

Management Update:

Mark Zoller, Ph.D., Senomyx's Chief Scientific Officer and Executive Vice President of Discovery and Development, will be taking a medical leave and is expected to return in June. Although Dr. Zoller will not be on site, Senomyx anticipates that he will continue to provide significant input into scientific projects, collaborations, the Scientific Advisory Board, and major decisions relating to the general function and management of the Company. During his leave, day-to-day Discovery and Development responsibilities will be assumed by Donald S. Karanewsky, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Discovery. Dr. Karanewsky, who joined Senomyx in June 2007, has had a distinguished career that includes leading successful discovery efforts at both large pharmaceutical companies and biotechnology research organizations. He is an inventor on more than 70 U.S. patents and has authored over 50 scientific publications. Dr. Karanewsky received a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Harvard University and a B.S. in Chemistry, Magna Cum Laude, from Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey.

"We are grateful for Mark's ongoing contributions and we look forward to his return to full activities," Snyder said. "Senomyx is extremely fortunate to have someone of Don's competence to direct our daily scientific efforts. Under Don's leadership we have had significant advances in the Discovery department, including the identification of S6973, our sucrose enhancer in development
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