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Xspray Expands to Meet Pharma's Interest in its Ground-Breaking Particle Production Technology
Date:4/27/2009

he needs within pharmaceutical development projects. The most recent recruit is Helene Derand, PhD, who joined the company in March 2009 as Sales and Marketing Director. Ms. Derand has broad-based experience gained from more than ten years in the biotechnology and medical technology sectors. She has held various management positions in both global and start-up companies with responsibilities ranging from R&D and clinical operations to business development.

Per Andersson continued, "We have recently expanded our service offering to include solid state characterization and analysis capabilities. Plus, we will be opening our new GMP production facility within the next month or so. There are some exciting opportunities ahead for Xspray, so it is important that we have a capable, dynamic organization in place to take full advantage of them."

About Xspray

Xspray Microparticles AB is a Swedish life science technology company with in-depth knowledge of supercritical fluid technology, solid state properties, formulation science and the drug development process. The Company's cutting-edge platform technology - RightSize(TM) Particle Manufacture - uses supercritical fluid as an antisolvent for controlled precipitation of an active pharmaceutical ingredient/drug substance. The technology not only provides a superior process to traditional methods but also delivers better quality pharmaceutical particles, from discovery to production.

The process yields consistent powder particles in terms of size, shape and morphology that simplify formulation and can be incorporated into a variety of dosage forms, such as tablets, capsules and inhalation systems. RightSize Particle Manufacture addresses unmet therapeutic needs by enabling the development of drugs with enhanced delivery options, such as faster onset of action, and by adding innovative properties that truly benefit patients.

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