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VisEn Launches New Cat B 750 Fast(TM) Fluorescence Molecular Imaging Agent at American Heart Association Meeting
Date:11/12/2009

continue to be very pleased with the rapidly expanding capability and adoption of our fluorescence agents and FMT imaging systems as a standard in measuring key biologic pathways and biomarkers in vivo," said Kirtland Poss, President and CEO of VisEn. "We look forward to working further with our customers in advancing their research and therapeutic development in these important disease areas."

VisEn's proprietary fluorescence imaging agents and labels are designed to provide the industry's broadest and most robust range of biologically-specific imaging readouts in vivo. VisEn offers over 30 different fluorescence molecular agents for imaging key disease-associated biologic targets, processes and pathways. VisEn agent brands include ProSense®, IntegriSense(TM), AngioSense(TM), OsteoSense®, MMPSense(TM), Cat K FAST(TM), Annexin-Vivo(TM), and now ReninSense FAST and Cat B FAST. VisEn also offers specialized lines of in vivo agent labeling platforms, including its proprietary VivoTag® fluorescence labeling dyes for custom agent development and its NanoSpark® labeling nanoparticles. They are all designed and optimized specifically for superior biocompatibility, brightness, stability and performance in in vivo imaging.

All VisEn agents and labels are designed for in vivo biomarker quantification using VisEn's Fluorescence Molecular Tomography (FMT(TM)) imaging systems, or for general use along with other non-quantitative fluorescence in vivo imaging systems. VisEn agents are also designed to enable complementary in vitro biomarker readouts in cells and tissues using standard fluorescence microscopy and cellular-based imaging systems. With a focus on translational research and results, all of VisEn's technologies are designed to generate translational data linking pre-clinical research into clinical medicine.

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