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SemBioSys announces second quarter 2008 financial and operational results
Date:8/5/2008

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Cash interest

received 224,636 308,755 325,244 912,394

Cash interest paid 25,123 47,864 53,878 99,206

Non-cash transactions

Capital items

included in

accounts payable 24,831 824,063 24,831 824,063

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