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Debiopharm Group and Mercury Therapeutics, Inc. Sign an Exclusive License Agreement for the Development and Commercialisation of Debio 0930
Date:8/4/2009

Located in Woburn, Massachusetts, Mercury Therapeutics is a privately held biotech company focusing on the development of AMPK activators as novel therapeutics for type 2 diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease. Mercury is focusing its internal AMPK drug development program for indications in oncology. Mercury's lead generation platform is based on a proprietary technology that enables the discovery and development of novel compounds that directly activate AMPK, a key regulator of whole body energy metabolism, cholesterol and fatty acid production, and cell division.

For more information on Mercury Therapeutics please visit: http://www.mtipharm.com.

    Debiopharm S.A. Contact:
    Maurice Wagner
    Director Corporate Affairs & Communication
    Tel: +41(0)21-321-01-11
    Fax: +41(0)21-321-01-69
    mwagner@debiopharm.com

    Additional Media Contacts:

    In London
    Maitland
    Brian Hudspith
    Tel: +44(0)20-7379-5151
    bhudspith@maitland.co.uk

    In New York
    Russo Partners, LLC
    Martina Schwarzkopf, Ph.D.
    Account Executive
    Tel: +1-212-845-4292
    Fax: +1-212-845-4260
    martina.schwarzkopf@russopartnersllc.com

    Mercury Therapeutics Contact:
    Neal Birnberg, CEO
    Tel: +1-781-932-1125
    Fax: +1-781-347-4737
    birnberg@mtipharm.com


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