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SemBioSys Demonstrates Functionality of its Safflower Produced Apo AI(Milano)
Date:6/5/2008

iovascular diseases are the leading cause of mortality in developed nations and by 2010 are projected to become the leading cause of mortality worldwide. In the United States, coronary heart disease and stroke account for 70% of cardiovascular-related deaths, which claims more lives each year than the next four leading causes of death combined (cancer, respiratory disease, accidents and diabetes). Cardiovascular drugs targeting cholesterol and lipid regulation represented a $34 billion global market in 2007.

About SemBioSys Genetics Inc.

Calgary, Alberta-based SemBioSys Genetics Inc. is a biotechnology company developing protein-based pharmaceuticals for metabolic and cardiovascular diseases. The Company's technology platform allows for the production of pharmaceutical proteins in an easily scalable, very low cost (in terms of both capital and COGS) manner. The Company's lead pharmaceutical candidates, produced in the plant host safflower, are recombinant human insulin to serve the rapidly expanding global diabetes market and Apo AI(Milano), a next generation cardiovascular drug. SemBioSys also owns Botaneco Specialty Ingredients Inc., a supplier of specialty ingredients to the personal care and topical OTC and Rx markets. More information on the company can be found at http://www.sembiosys.com.

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