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Interleukin Genetics to Present Research Findings at Upcoming Medical Meetings
Date:10/13/2009

entific Meeting - Washington, D.C.

Date: October, 25, 2009

Time: 1-7:30 p.m.

Interleukin Genetics will present a poster titled, "Perilipin, IL-1 and ADRB Gene Variants Identify Bariatric Surgery Patients who are Resistant to Weight Loss under Calorie Restriction in Preoperative Weight Loss Program." The poster, #322-P, highlights findings which suggest that genetic polymorphisms in perilipin, IL-1 and ADRB genes show strong association with resistance to weight loss under caloric restriction. These genetic risk markers could have important clinical utility in the medical management of obese patients and in the design of optimal weight loss programs.

In addition to the scientific presentations, Interleukin Genetics will exhibit at the following conference.

American Dietetic Association FNCE Meeting - Denver, CO

Date: October 17-20, 2009

Booth #1900

Interleukin Genetics will exhibit at the ADA's annual Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo, which will demonstrate the latest nutrition science information and foodservice trends. Highlighted at the Company's Booth will be the new Inherent Health((TM)) Weight Management Genetic Test designed to guide optimal diet and exercise regimens based on genetics.

About Interleukin Genetics

Interleukin Genetics, Inc. (NYSE Amex: ILI) develops and markets genetic tests under the Inherent Health(TM) brand that empower consumers to prevent chronic diseases of aging, and provides genetic biomarker expertise to assist pharmaceutical companies in the development and marketing of targeted therapeutics. The Company leverages its research, intellectual property and biomarker development experience to facilitate the emerging personalized health market. Interleukin Genetics i
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