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July 8th, 2004

Evident Technologies Biotin Activated Quantum Dots

Abstract:
Evident Technologies, Inc. announced today that it has begun commercial production of its first biotinylated
quantum dot fluorophores. The Biotin EviFluor(R) is available in wavelengths from blue to near infrared. The unique quantum dot EviFluor(R) offers significant advantages over traditional fluorophores, and can enable next
generation applications in cell biology, drug discovery, cancer research and many other fields.

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