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SK Life Sciences has Licensed Pristima
Date:8/5/2009

Xybion Medical Systems, is pleased to announce that SK Life Science, Inc. (SKLSI), has licensed Pristima for its Research and Development facility in Fair Lawn, New Jersey.

Cedar Knolls, NJ (PRWEB) August 3, 2009 -- Xybion Medical Systems, a world leader in toxicology and pathology data management solutions and the developer of Pristima™ the premier preclinical solution on the market, is pleased to announce that SK Life Science, Inc. (SKLSI), has licensed Pristima for its Research and Development facility in Fair Lawn, New Jersey.

After extensive research and evaluation of the products on the market, SKLSI selected Xybion's Pristima to manage its general toxicology data as well as licensing Xybion's Standard Validation Package and contracting Xybion to perform the full suite of installation, training and validation execution services. Additionally, SKLSI has contracted to have Xybion's professional services team perform all of the hardware installation, third-party software installation and all other IT services related to Pristima.

Dr. Pradip Banerjee, Xybion's CEO, stated that "we are proud to add SK Life Science, Inc., another leading global research and development company to our growing community. We are tremendously satisfied that SKLSI has acknowledged Pristima to be the most powerful system on the market. Pristima is designed to account for all types of toxicology studies and is specifically well-suited to collect, manage and summarize data for global pharmaceutical and chemical companies as well as contract research organizations."

Dr. Hong Wook Kim, Director, Non-clinical Development of SK Life Science, Inc., remarked that "SKLSI is building its research and development arm and required the most modern toolset in order to address current and future projects."

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