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Serial Monitoring With ImmuKnow(R) is Useful in the Risk Assessment of Kidney Transplant Recipients
Date:5/30/2009

y groups: The first group utilized single ImmuKnow measures alone, the second group compared posttransplant vs. pre-transplant ImmuKnow results and the third group compared posttransplant ImmuKnow results with other prior serial posttransplant ImmuKnow results taken during immunological quiescence.

The use of the ImmuKnow assay as described in this study has not been cleared by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration.

About ImmuKnow

ImmuKnow is a noninvasive biomarker of immune function that assesses cellular immune status by detecting cell-mediated immunity (CMI) in adult immunosuppressed patients. It measures the concentration of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) released from CD4 cells following cell stimulation. The ImmuKnow test is a qualitative assay and does not directly quantify the level of immunosuppression. Results of the ImmuKnow assay should be used in conjunction with clinical presentation, medical history, and other clinical indicators when assessing the immune status of any individual patient.

About Cylex, Inc.

Cylex is a privately held global life sciences company that is the leader in the development and manufacture of in vitro diagnostic products that are intended to illuminate immunity. ImmuKnow is the in vitro diagnostic utilized to detect cell-mediated immunity (CMI) in an immunosuppressed population, and is increasingly being adopted at organ transplant centers throughout the United States and abroad. The Company's patented technology provides an innovative platform allowing clinicians to simply and reproducibly assess CMI. The Company is based in Columbia, MD USA.

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