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Alliqua Initiates Life-Cycle Management Plan to Expand Wound Care Portfolio for Use in Broader Wound Indications
Date:3/22/2013

NEW YORK, March 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Alliqua, Inc. (OTCQB:ALQA) ("Alliqua" or the "Company") today announced the initiation of a life-cycle management plan as the first phase in their portfolio expansion initiative. As part of this plan, Alliqua is making a number of product changes designed to increase adoption of SilverSeal® and Hydress® dressings. Alliqua intends that these ongoing planned modifications will address the needs of patients with a broader range of wounds as well as the specific needs of their various clinical customers. Customers should expect to see the first of these updated dressings in May 2013.

"We believe that these changes and the expansion of our dressing portfolio will increase the overall number of patients who can benefit from our technology. Feedback from our customers and a market survey we conducted suggests these changes are important considerations for physicians and patients when selecting a hydrogel dressing," said David Johnson, Alliqua's chief executive officer. "Our life-cycle management initiatives are designed to ensure our SilverSeal® and Hydress® products provide compelling solutions for our customers."

The Company expects to file a 510(k) application with the FDA for clearance of SilverSeal® incorporating additional modifications by mid 2013, after which a decision from the FDA may be forthcoming as early as the end of the year.

About Alliqua, Inc.  
Alliqua, Inc. (ALQA) ("Alliqua") is a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development, manufacturing, and distribution of proprietary transdermal wound care and drug delivery technologies. Alliqua's leading technology platform produces hydrogels, a 3-dimensional cross-linked network of water soluble polymers capable of numerous chemical configurations.

Alliqua currently markets its new line of 510(k) FDA-approved hydrogel products for wound care under the SilverSeal® brand. Alliqua's electron beam production process, located at its 16,000 square foot GMP manufacturing facility in Langhorne PA, allows Alliqua to aggressively develop and custom manufacture a wide variety of hydrogels. Alliqua's hydrogels can be customized for various transdermal applications to address market opportunities in the treatment of wounds as well as the delivery of numerous drugs or other agents for pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries. Additionally, Alliqua's drug delivery platform, in combination with certain active pharmaceutical ingredients, can provide pharmaceutical companies with a transdermal technology to enhance patient compliance and potentially extend the patent life of valuable drug franchises. Additionally, our subsidiary, HepaLife Biosystems, Inc., focuses on the development of a cell-based bioartificial liver system, known as HepaMate™.

For additional information, please visit www.alliqua.com. To receive future press releases via email, please visit: http://alliqua.com/contacts.

Any statements contained in this press release regarding our ongoing research and development and the results attained by us to-date have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

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Contacts for Alliqua, Inc.
Steven Berger 
Chief Financial Officer  
646-218-1450   
info@alliqua.com   


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