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Beckman Coulter Announces Licensing Option Agreements for Cancer Genes with Johns Hopkins University
Date:10/30/2007

Contracts Establish Exclusive Access to Diagnostic Application of Research

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FULLERTON, Calif., Oct. 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Beckman Coulter, Inc. (NYSE: BEC) announced today that it has signed two agreements with Johns Hopkins University giving the company exclusive options to license cancer genomics intellectual property. The first agreement covers 200 genes linked to breast and colon cancer, discovered in a landmark study published last year by researchers at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. Beckman Coulter Agencourt subsidiary's Genomic Services performed the sequencing for this study, which was co-authored by James Hartigan, an Agencourt project manager. The second agreement covers sequencing services and options to license genomic intellectual property from current studies on six additional cancers.

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"These unprecedented agreements put Beckman Coulter in a unique, leading- edge position in the molecular diagnostics field," commented Bruce Wallace, vice president of Beckman Coulter's Molecular Diagnostics Business Center. "Beckman Coulter will have the exclusive option to license any of the genetic mutations discovered in these studies that have diagnostic potential. Given the leadership role Johns Hopkins is playing in cancer genetics, our relationship with them will help propel us to the forefront of this rapidly developing field."

With these new agreements, Beckman Coulter will have first access to Johns Hopkins cancer study data. The company's molecular diagnostics assay group is already evaluating
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