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May 3rd, 2005

Do-Coop Technologies Announces New Distribution Program

Abstract:
Do-Coop Technologies Ltd., a privately held corporation based in Israel, announced today the launching of its new world-wide Distribution Program.

Do-Coop Technologies manufactures a stable system of largely Do-Coop Technologies manufactures a stable system of largely hydrated nano-particles (Neowater(TM)) for the Life Sciences.

Neowater(TM)-based products consist of a stable system of largely hydrated nano-particles that lead to several important benefits for research, diagnostics and bio-pharma applications.

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