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December 2nd, 2005

JMAR's BioSentry(TM) Water Monitoring System to Be Tested

Abstract:
MAR Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: JMAR) will install the BioSentry(TM) in a major U.S. city for the purpose of monitoring drinking water for Cryptosporidium and other microorganisms. This test program marks the first application of BioSentry to directly support Homeland Security initiatives.

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