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Venaxis Executes First Commercial Development Agreement and Receives Purchase Order from EMELCA Bioscience for Initial EU Launch
Date:2/7/2013

CASTLE ROCK, Colo., Feb. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Venaxis, Inc. (Nasdaq: APPY), an in vitro diagnostic company focused on obtaining FDA clearance and commercializing its blood-based appendicitis test, APPY1, today announced it has signed its first European commercial development agreement with Netherlands-based EMELCA Bioscience for the initial phase of Venaxis' EU launch.  Under the agreement, EMELCA will help Venaxis identify and engage with key opinion leaders and potential customers, as well as assess key market opportunities for APPY1 within the Benelux Territories, which includes Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg.  Pursuant to the agreement, Venaxis also received an initial stocking order from EMELCA, marking the first purchase order for APPY1.

During the initial launch phase, key market development activities will include working to identify and sign collaboration agreements with key opinion leader hospitals for the purpose of completing well-defined outcome studies over the coming months.  The studies are designed to further demonstrate the clinical utility and economic value of APPY1 in Europe and are expected to help Venaxis determine its precise marketing approach and advance in the second phase of the EU launch, a full-scale distribution and sales effort for APPY1, which is anticipated to advance and expand in 2013.

Don Hurd , Senior Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer of Venaxis, stated, "Our partnering with EMELCA Bioscience, a recognized leader in Europe, not only marks our first formal agreement Europe, it also represents the official launch of our market development efforts in the EU region where we have obta
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