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June 17th, 2004

Aclara BioSciences and Tokyo Metropolitan Institute

Abstract:
Aclara BioSciences Inc. and the Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science (Rinshoken) announced today that they have entered into an agreement to collaborate on a study to evaluate breast cancer patient samples to validate candidate biomarkers detected with ACLARA's proprietary eTag(TM) technology. This study follows previously completed feasibility experiments on a small set of tissue samples from patients treated with Genentech's drug Herceptin(R) and chemotherapy.

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