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November 29th, 2005

NanoMed Pharmaceuticals Founders Issued Patent

Abstract:
NanoMed Pharmaceuticals, Inc. founders Michael Jay, Ph.D. and Russell J. Mumper, Ph.D. have been issued U.S. Patent 6,855,270 entitled "NanoScintillation Systems For Aqueous-Based Liquid Scintillation Counting." Their invention, assigned to the University of Kentucky Research Foundation and licensed exclusively to NanoMed Pharmaceuticals, covers processes to make nanoparticle-based NanoScintillation Systems which are used to detect beta-particle- or alpha-particle-emitting
radioisotopes without the use of the organic solvents commonly used in conventional liquid scintillation (LS) "cocktails."

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