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Sangamo BioSciences Reports Second Quarter 2009 Financial Results
Date:7/29/2009

nd License Agreement with Genentech, Inc., a wholly-owned member of the Roche Group. Genentech scientists demonstrated the successful knockout of two pre-selected genes in a Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cell line using Sangamo's proprietary zinc finger DNA-binding protein nuclease (ZFN) technology. Genentech is using ZFN technology to generate cell lines with novel characteristics for pharmaceutical protein production purposes. The milestone achievement triggered a payment from Genentech to Sangamo.
  • Publication in Nature and Science magazines of data demonstrating the successful application of ZFN technology in plant agriculture and in the generation of novel transgenic animals. Data were published in April in the scientific journal Nature by licensing partner Dow AgroSciences and Sangamo demonstrating the successful application of ZFP technology for the efficient generation of maize plants with multiple, commercially important traits. The techniques described are broadly applicable across plant species and traits and establish a new method for rapid and precise crop development. A second publication in July in the journal Science described a method for the rapid and efficient production of transgenic rats in which specific genes are deleted or knocked out. The technology opens the door for the production of knockout animals in species other than mouse and broadens the possibilities for new animal models of human disease.
  • Sangamo awarded Grand Challenges Explorations Grant for Innovative Global Health Research from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The grant will support an innovative global health research project conducted by Sangamo scientists titled "Zinc Finger Nucleases for In Vivo Treatment of HIV Infection."
  • Promotion of Philip D. Gregory, D. Phil. to Chief Scientific Officer in addition to his role as Vice President, Research. <
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