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May 27th, 2005

Biophan Further Expands Intellectual Property Portfolio

Biophan Technologies today announced that its intellectual property portfolio has grown by an additional 13 patent applications, to reach 127 U.S. issued or pending patents. The new patents cover Biophan technologies that provide improvements in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) safety and imaging of implanted devices and surgical tools, as well as technologies for implantable power sources using body heat. Additionally, the Company has 46 issued or pending international patents.


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