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Date:3/20/2009

: Dr. Ivanov of the Harvard School of Public Health recently delivered a presentation at the 13th annual international meeting of the Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities ("ABRF") entitled "Searching for Efficient and High-Throughput Alternatives for Essential Sample Preparation Techniques in Mass Spectrometry-based Functional Proteomics." Dr. Ivanov and his colleagues stated that "good control, efficiency, and reproducibility of protein extraction from cells and tissues are essential for diverse biological and basic research applications" and that "effective and specific proteolytic digestion of proteins prior to mass spectrometry ("MS") analysis is one of the fundamental techniques most commonly used in any proteomics laboratory." Dr. Ivanov and his colleagues concluded that "PCT resulted in significant improvement of throughput and reproducibility of sample preparation for proteomic analysis" and that "superior extraction rates... were observed with pressure-assisted sample preparation." Dr. Ivanov's presentation was awarded the "Best Poster Presentation" at the ABRF Annual Meeting.

3) The Journal of Biomolecular Techniques Outstanding Manuscript Award: This annual award recognizes the best research article published each year in the journal. The 2009 award was recently presented to scientists from PBI and the Harvard School of Public Health for their manuscript "Tissue Fractionation by Hydrostatic Pressure Cycling Technology: the Unified Sample Preparation Technique for Systems Biology Studies." The paper discussed the unique ability of PCT and the Company's patent pending ProteoSolve-SB(TM) reagent kit to simultaneously extract DNA, RNA, proteins, and lipids from the same sample. The award was accepted by Dr. Vera Gross of PBI, the paper's corresponding author.

Dr. Nate Lawrence, Vice President of Marketing for Pressure BioSciences, commented: "This SBIR grant will help fund
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