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Merieux Alliance Becomes Institut Merieux
Date:12/7/2009

strategy focusing on:

    - multidisciplinary partnerships combining public and private research,
      such as the partnership forged recently by the CEA and the Institut
      Pasteur;

    - cross-disciplinary research programs involving the group's companies
      and, in certain cases, Fondation Merieux:

      - ADNA (Advanced Diagnostics and New Therapeutics Approaches): This
        personalized medicine and theranostics program brings together
        bioMerieux, Transgene, Genethon and GenoSafe and is supported by OSEO
       (French Agency for innovation aid).

      - A three-fold approach to fighting tuberculosis: With 8 million new
        cases each year, this disease represents a major public health
        concern. It will be the focus of a diagnostics approach (with
        bioMerieux), a vaccine approach (with Transgene), and an
        epidemiological approach with studies conducted by Fondation Merieux
        in India and China.

      - Food safety /nutrition /health: New areas of scientific and medical
        investigations are being explored in connection with metagenomics, at
        the frontier of nutrition and health.

    - Merieux Research Grants are awarded for particularly innovative
      research projects that will enable the creation of international
      scientific investigator networks.

Within the scope of its strategy to promote innovation, Institut Merieux has created Merieux Developpement, a new, 100% controlled investment firm devoted to healthcare. This firm aims to identify and accompany particularly innovative businesses and projects in the fields of diagnostics, prevention and therapeutics, medical devices and health-related services. As a minority shareholder and pro-active partner, Merieux Developpement intends to apply a long-term vision to its investment strategy and plans to accompany the firms in which it invests, enabling them to benefit from Institut Merieux's bio-industrial expe
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