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Sygnis Pharma AG announces date for presentation of clinical,results

HEIDELBERG, Germany, 11 July 2007 – On 23 July SYGNIS Pharma AG will present the results of the clinical phase IIa study for AX200 (AXIS-study).

AX200, a compound for the treatment of stroke, is the most advanced drug candidate in SYGNIS’ product pipeline. The primary aim of the study is to show safety and tolerability of AX200 in acute stroke patients. The results of the AXIS-study are expected to provide information for the further clinical development of AX200.

Furthermore, the company announces that this year’s Annual General Meeting will take place on 28 November 2007 in Eppelheim.

About SYGNIS Pharma

SYGNIS Pharma AG, with head offices in Heidelberg, is a specialist pharmaceutical company listed on the Prime Standard of the German stock exchange. The company is focusing on the research, development and marketing of innovative therapies for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases. These include stroke, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Huntington's Disease or neurological disorders resulting from injury, such as trauma of the brain or spinal cord. All these disorders are characterised by the fact that, as the disease progresses, nerve cells die off. Although there is a great medical demand, there are currently no or only inadequate treatment options available.

In its drug development, the company has taken a completely novel approach: it develops compounds that protect nerve cells in the acute phase of the disease, and beyond that, also stimulate the regeneration of the damaged nervous system.

For more information, please contact:

Dr. Franz-Werner Haas Vice President Operations +49 (0) 6221 454 812 franz-werner.haas@sygnis.de

### Some statements included in this press release, relating neither to proven financial results nor other historical data, should be viewed as f orward-looking, i.e. not definite. Such statements are mainly predictions of future results, trends, plans or goals. These statements should not be considered to be total guarantees since given their very nature they are subject to known and unknown risks and imponderability and can be affected by other factors as a consequence of which the actual results, plans and goals of SYGNIS Pharma AG may deviate greatly from the established conclusions or implied predictions contained in such statements. SYGNIS does not undertake to publicly update or revise these statements in the light of new information or future results or for any other reason. ###


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