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January 9th, 2006

Harvard Medical School and Lumera to Collaborate

Abstract:
Lumera Corporation (NASDAQ:LMRA), a leader in the emerging field of nanotechnology, announced today that is has entered into a collaborative agreement with Harvard Medical School (HMS) and the Harvard Institute of Proteomics, a division of HMS. Under the terms of the agreement, Lumera and HMS will develop a next generation silicon chip substrate that combines Lumera's NanoCapture(TM) technology with HMS's NAPPA(TM) methodology (nucleic acid programmable protein arrays). The resultant 10,000-spot very high density protein arrays are expected to significantly increase the speed of drug discovery and life science research.

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