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TyraTech Achieves Insecticide Development and Financial Milestones With Partner Arysta LifeScience
Date:1/10/2008

lso have an experienced sales and marketing capability to bring these products into the commercial marketplace."

TyraTech is actively developing products for other markets that require safe and effective control of insects and invertebrate pathogens. In October TyraTech announced the release of its first TyraTech Naturals insecticide product, a general-use crawling insect spray for sale to businesses -- particularly the hospitality industry -- for direct insect control in inhabited spaces. Enabled by the safety profile of TyraTech Naturals, the Company is also working in close alliance with Kraft Foods to develop a line of functional food products intended for the prevention or control of intestinal parasites. The successful achievement of a major development milestone in this partnership was also recently announced by TyraTech.

Dr. Armstrong continued, "We are committed to establishing a new standard for commercial insecticides based on the unique level of combined potency and safety of TyraTech Naturals. Our recent progress is an exciting start for all involved from our hard working staff, our partners, our new customers, and particularly for our shareholders."

About TyraTech, Inc.

TyraTech is pioneering a new class of highly effective, non-toxic, pesticides and anti-parasitic compounds to address global agriculture, horticulture, functional foods, healthcare and veterinary markets. Using a revolutionary chemoreceptor screening process, TyraTech has identified proprietary blends of natural oils that stimulate the reactions and biological behavior of insects and parasites so that they can be effectively repelled or killed. TyraTech's technology inhibits the development of resistance and avoids the environmental concerns and human health risks of chemical solutions whilst still being at least, if not more, effective.

The Company's products have been validated through strong partnerships with multinational conglomerates operating wi
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