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Molecular Biometrics Hires Denny Sakkas, PhD Renowned Yale Embryologist and International Thought-Leader, as Chief Scientific Officer; Opening U.S. Research Facility
Date:1/23/2008

ogy laboratory that will ultimately improve outcomes in IVF." Dr. Sakkas has been a member of Molecular Biometrics' Scientific Advisory Board since the inception of the company.

Dr. Sakkas received his undergraduate training at the University of Melbourne, Australia, and his Doctorate of Philosophy at Monash University, Melbourne. Prior to joining the Yale Fertility Center, he had been the laboratory director at major IVF centers in Switzerland, England and the United States.

Dr. Sakkas is internationally recognized for his work in reproductive health research, has published more than 100 manuscripts and chapters in the fields of fertilization, early embryo development and male infertility, and serves on the editorial board of several leading scientific journals in the field.

Metabolomics at Molecular Biometrics

Molecular Biometrics is developing novel diagnostics based on metabolic profiles comprised of known biologic and chemical markers for disease and normal functioning, a science known as metabolomics. The company is applying its patented application of biospectroscopy -- light analysis technology -- and bioinformatics to develop diagnostic tools in five areas of medicine.

Metabolomics is a complex scientific process that can identify and measure individual signals from many small molecular compounds produced by cellular metabolism which, when evaluated as a whole, represent unique biomarkers of normal biologic function in health and disease.

Near infrared (NIR) biospectroscopy, when applied with metabolomic analysis, evaluates the absorption of light specific to small molecule functional groups, to create a biomarker profile of molecules that are descriptive of cellular function and viability. The result is the creation of a novel "metabolomic profile" or "fingerprint."

Metabolomic profiling is used to systematically distinguish between the often subtle differences that separate normal physiology from the onset
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