NanoLogix Rapid Diagnostic Technologies Set to Enter Market Under FDA 510K-Exempt Status

<0> Third-Party results on accelerated Tuberculosis detection and rapid Group B Streptococcus identification in pregnancies submitted for publication </0>

<0> NanoLogix Rapid Diagnostic Technologies Set to Enter Market Under FDA 510K-Exempt Status </0>

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(Pink Sheets: NNLX), a biotechnology innovator in the rapid detection and identification of live-threat bacteria and microorganisms, announces it will begin commercialization of its BNP (BioNanoPore) and BNF (BioNanoFilter) diagnostic kits under FDA 510K-exempt status. The first product to be marketed will be the Petri-based BNP detection kit utilizing TSA media. Other nutrient media will be available by special order. Recently completed independent third-party research has demonstrated BNP diagnostic kits to be two to ten times faster at live bacteria detection than traditional methods. Following the BNP rollout, NanoLogix plans to commercialize its BNF technology, which third-party research documents as 18 to 72 times faster than conventional detection and identification methods. The company also plans to develop customized test kits for particular applications and client partners.

NanoLogix is also beginning sales of conventional TSA Petri plates. Both BNP kits and NanoLogix TSA Petri plates will be packaged in the company's proprietary inert-gas charged vacuum Flat Packs. A major third-party laboratory has documented these Flat Packs to have at least a one-year shelf life stored under normal conditions, compared to the 3-month shelf life of traditional Petri plates.

The results of two independent third-party research studies using NanoLogix technology have been submitted by their respective organizations to major peer-reviewed medical technology journals for publication.

The first submission details the use of NanoLogix BNF test kits and final results of a 356 pregnant-patient Group B Streptococcus (GBS) clinical study at the . This study attained GBS detection, identification and antibiotic-sensitivity results from samples collected in as little a 6 hours, a sharp contrast to traditional laboratory test times of 48-72 hours. One major goal in the study was to ensure the ability to test for antibiotic sensitivity in reduced time from the standard, potentially enabling physicians to rapidly tailor antibiotics to the specific infection involved and reduce the overuse of broad spectrum antibiotics. For more on GBS:

The second submission features data from a major independent laboratory documenting NanoLogix BNP test kits five-day detection of live Tuberculosis. Traditional culture delivers results in 21-28 days.

NanoLogix is a biotechnology company focused primarily on rapid diagnostics. Its products offer accelerated detection and identification of bacteria and other microorganisms. In addition to medical and homeland security applications, NanoLogix technology is applicable in pharmaceutical, industrial, veterinary and environmental testing. For more information visit .

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