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Dr. Peter Nash, Ph.D. Joins Mach One Corporation as Chief Scientist
Date:4/30/2008

Leading Developer of Antibody Technologies to Strengthen Management Team

WEST BEND, Wis., April 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Mach One Corporation (Pink sheets: MNCN), a manufacturer and distributor of products for animal health, announced today the appointment of Dr. Peter C. Nash, Ph.D. as Chief Scientific Officer.

In his new role, Dr. Nash will be responsible for spearheading Mach One's development activities in innovative antibody technologies for use in the dairy, beef, poultry, and swine markets.

Dr. Nash is a microbiologist with over 30 years of experience in 13 areas of medicine, from parasitology to immunology to virology. He has been a professor at the Indiana School of Medicine, University of Minnesota and Minnesota State University, Mankato. Throughout the past 25 years he was involved in a variety of roles researching and developing rapid human diagnostics to agriculture -- researching Campylobacter, Pasteurella and E. coli 0157:H7. Dr. Nash developed quick swab tests to detect Listeria in feedlots and E. coli in processing plants. Dr. Nash also developed tests for strep, whooping cough, salmonella, toxins and other diagnostics. During the first Gulf War, he worked on anthrax tests until government funding dissipated. Along with two others, Dr. Nash spun off Camas Inc. From the University Technical Center in Minneapolis, they expanded their work and under the direction of Dr. Nash, Camas did work for the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Marine Corps, and the U.S.D.A. After nearly three decades of microbial study, Dr. Nash designed all-natural cattle feed additives to inhibit a dangerous E. coli 1057:H7 strain and improve feed efficiency with "impressive results." Dr. Nash holds three patents as a result of his work and has many international patents pending.

Announcing the appointment, Monte Tobin, CEO, said, "Peter brings with him a combination of both research and scientific applications experience in antibody produ
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