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Strategic Diagnostics Inc. Selected as Key Supplier to SAIC-F and the National Cancer Institute for the Development of a Comprehensive Portfolio of Antibodies for Use in Cancer Research
Date:4/3/2008

hief Executive Officer, commented, "SDI is very proud to have been selected to become a key supplier in this large scale initiative. This award is another example of how our commitment to efficiency, quality, capacity, and expertise has positioned us as a premier supplier of comprehensive antibody services to the research community. Being selected to supply these critical tools to advance cancer research is further validation of the exceptional team and infrastructure SDI has developed. As the study of proteins increases in importance to the research community, we foresee a continued and sustained need for SDI's expertise in antibodies as they continue to be the most widely used tools for understanding the molecular dynamics underlying disease."

Under the contract, SDI will produce monoclonal antibodies for the Clinical Proteomic Technologies for Cancer Initiative of the NCI (http://proteomics.cancer.gov) and SAIC-F and the NCI will extensively characterize these reagents consistent with their mission to make available high quality reagents with baseline data.

About Strategic Diagnostics Inc.

Strategic Diagnostics Inc. (SDI) is an antibody technology company; developing, commercializing and marketing innovative and proprietary biotechnology solutions that preserve and enhance the quality of human health. SDI's antibody division supplies critical reagents used in the diagnosis of disease. The Company's new Genomic Antibody Technology(R) is gaining wide adoption in producing custom research reagents for applied proteomic research, and drug/biomarker discovery among academic, biotech and large pharmaceutical customers. The Company's SEQer(R) antibody catalog is the fastest growing collection of polyclonal antibodies for cancer research. SDI scientists are experts in the development of immunoassays and are using the Company's capacity for high throughput production of high quality antibodies t
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