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ViveBio and Laboratory Procurement Services Sign Agreement for Distribution of the ViveST Line of Products
Date:8/26/2014

ALPHARETTA, Ga., Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ViveBio, LLC a leading provider of products for ambient biological sample collection, stabilization and transportation, announced today that it has signed a distribution agreement with Laboratory Procurement Services, LLC (LPS) of Knoxville, Tennessee to distribute the ViveST line of products in the United States. ViveST is the first of a new class of ambient temperature dried biological specimen transport systems.  The technology enables easy, reliable and cost effective transport of specimens without the need for traditional cold chain logistics.

"We believe ViveST has the potential to significantly change the way biological samples are collected, stored and transported throughout the world," said Timothy Murray, President of ViveBio.  "The agreement with LPS further expands ViveBio's reach into a wide range of laboratories throughout the U.S."

"We're excited to add ViveST to the LPS product portfolio," said Max Tyrrell, CEO of LPS.  "We see this as a great way to help our customers reduce their sample shipment costs as they face continual pricing pressure."  

ViveST is CE marked for sale in Europe and ANVISA registered in Brazil.

About ViveBio, LLC                                                            

ViveBio, LLC is a privately held biotechnology company focused on providing high quality yet cost-effective solutions for dried biological specimen transportation and storage.  ViveBio's mission is to expand access to healthcare and extend life through these cost effective solutions and other breakthrough technologies.  The company's manufacturing and corporate office are located in Alpharetta, Georgia.  For more information regarding ViveST and recent scientific publications and posters, please visit the ViveBio website at www.vivebio.com.

About Laboratory Procurement Services, LLC

Lab Procurement Services, LLC is a privately held biotechnology marketing and procurement services company specializing in the medical research and industrial laboratory market sectors. LPS mission is to help lower the costs of acquisition for its clients and to provide marketing and support services to biotechnology companies with unique, breakthrough technologies.  The company's corporate offices and secure data center are located in Knoxville, Tennessee.  For more information regarding Lab Procurement Services, please visit the LPS website at www.labproservices.com.

ViveBio, LLC
Corporate Contact:
Brad Nelson: 1-877-814-7004
Chief Administrative Officer
nelson@vivebio.com

Laboratory Procurement Services, LLC
Corporate Contact:
Jon Bird:  1-865-622-5322
Executive Vice President

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