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May 20th, 2005

Emergency Filtration Products Reports Results of Nanoparticle Testing

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Emergency Filtration Products, Inc. today announced the results of its testing of various nanoparticles in conjunction with its work to develop filter media for the U.S. military. Funded by a Prototype Development/Testing/Evaluation Grant by the Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology awarded in September 2004, EFP has tested, using licensed technology, various nanoparticles against five different pathogens or contaminants in this latest round of tests

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