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WaferGen Announces $30 Million Financing
Date:5/25/2011

nomic research disciplines that can benefit from the high-throughput SmartChip System."

"We believe the SmartChip System meets an important unmet need in the rapidly growing genomic tools marketplace," said Scott Davidson, Managing Director of Great Point Partners, LLC.  "We have confidence in Alnoor and the team he has built at WaferGen and are pleased, together with the other participants in the offering, to provide the capital necessary to actualize the potential of this exciting technology."

Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. acted as lead placement agent for the financing.

About WaferGen and the SmartChip Real-Time PCR System

WaferGen Biosystems, Inc. is a leader in the development, manufacture and sale of state-of-the-art systems for genomic analysis for the life science and pharmaceutical industries.  The company currently offers the breakthrough SmartChip Real-Time PCR System, the next-generation Real-Time PCR system for discovery and validation of biomarkers, or gene expression patterns, on a single platform. WaferGen believes that the SmartChip System is ideal for researchers seeking to confirm discoveries made with the growing use of next-generation sequencing.  In addition, the high throughput capabilities of the SmartChip System enable researchers to extend their research across large panels of genes, and hundreds of samples, at a very reasonable cost.

Combined with next-generation chemistry and optimized assays being developed by WaferGen under the guidance of David Gelfand, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer and one of the pioneers of PCR, the SmartChip System is designed to provide accurate, highly sensitive and high-throughput gene expression profiling capabilities to researchers, clinicians and pharmaceutical companies.

In addition, the company offers an innovative fee-based service for gene-expression profiling using the SmartChip System.  For additional information, please see

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