(For more information on recent research findings, please click on the following links: http://www.hepalife.com/20070328-1.html.php or http://www.hepalife.com/20070122-1.html.php)
Protected by five issued patents, HepaLife is developing production methods to make flu vaccines faster, safer and at less cost by means of the Company's patented PBS-1 line of cells.
HepaLife's non-mammalian PBS-1 cell line is derived from an immortalized chicken embryo cell, and is being developed for more flexible cell-culture based vaccine production with the ability to quickly address prospective mutations in the avian influenza virus.
(View a CBS-affiliate, WWMT, television news story about HepaLife's active cell based vaccine research: www.hepalife.com/media)
ABOUT HEPALIFE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
HepaLife Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: HPLF - News; FWB: HL1) (WKN: 500625) is a development stage biotechnology company focused on the identification, development and eventual commercialization of cell based technologies and products.
Current cell based technologies under development by HepaLife include 1) the first-of-its-kind artificial liver device, 2) proprietary in-vitro toxicology and pre-clinical drug testing platforms, and 3) cell-culture based vaccines to protect against the spread of influenza viruses among humans, including potentially the high pathogenicity H5N1 virus.
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