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March 11th, 2004

IatroQuest Announces Investment

Abstract:
IatroQuest Corporation announced today that it has signed a deal with In-Q-Tel, a private not for profit venture capital group funded by the Central Intelligence Agency. IatroQuest will work with In-Q-Tel to enhance and customize its Bio-Alloy(TM) technology to better meet national security needs. Made possible by the convergence of biotechnology, advanced semi-conductor materials, nanotechnology and photonics, Bio-Alloy can rapidly detect and identify a wide range of biological and chemical agents, without labels and with a high degree of sensitivity and selectivity. (PDF)

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