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CardioGenics to Continue Commercialization of its Magnetic Beads with Merck Chimie SAS
Date:2/1/2011

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario, Feb.  1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- CardioGenics Holdings Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CGNH) announced today that CardioGenics and Merck Chimie SAS continue the commercialization process of CardioGenics' magnetic beads. Merck recently notified CardioGenics that while it is refining its encapsulation of the CardioGenics beads, it will also test a batch of magnetic beads coated with CardioGenics' proprietary silver-coating and polymer encapsulation processes (the "CardioGenics Encapsulated Beads") with the aim of commercializing the CardioGenics Encapsulated Beads while Merck Chimie is finalizing its owns proprietary encapsulation of the CardioGenics beads.

CardioGenics also announced that it is accelerating its commercialization efforts for its magnetic beads and as a result, the Company has signed two significant Material Transfer Agreements ("MTA") with 2 major international life sciences companies. Under the first MTA with one of the top 3 beads production and distribution companies, CardioGenics will furnish them with its silver-coated magnetic beads for polymer coating by the distributor. In addition, the distributor will provide CardioGenics with their magnetized bead prototypes, which CardioGenics will then silver-coat with its proprietary silver-coating technology.

Under the second MTA with one of the top IVD companies, CardioGenics will furnish them with its silver-coated and polymer encapsulated magnetic beads for subsequent testing and evaluation in their various test products.

Magnetic beads are a key component of virtually every immunoassay analyzer in the world. CardioGenics' proprietary silver-coating technology enhances the signaling properties of magnetic beads, resulting in an increased sensitivity of immunoassay analyzers by up to seven fold.  This can allow for more sophisticated data collection from patient samples be
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