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MFIC Corporation ("MFIC" or the "Company")(OTCBB: MFIC) announced today that it recently received notification that Pfizer Inc. ("Pfizer") had liquidated its position, approximately 600,000 shares, or approximately 6%, of the outstanding common stock of MFIC.
The Pfizer shares were acquired by its predecessor in interest, G.D. Searle, Inc.
In response to a questionnaire circulated in connection with the preparation of MFIC's 2007 Proxy Statement Pfizer supplied records indicating that it sold the shares in the public market in varying size lots between December 2005 and February 2007.
About MFIC Corporation
MFIC Corporation, through its Microfluidics Division, provides patented and proprietary high performance Microfluidizer® materials processing equipment to the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, chemical, cosmetics/personal care, and food industries. The equipment enables the manufacture and formulation of numerous nanomaterials and nanoscale products. MFIC applies its 20 years of high pressure processing experience to produce the most uniform and smallest liquid and suspended solid structures available, and has provided manufacturing systems for more than 15 years.
The Company is a leader in advanced materials processing equipment for laboratory, pilot scale and manufacturing applications, offering innovative technology and comprehensive solutions for nanoparticles and other materials processing and production. More than 3,000 systems are in use and afford significant competitive and economic advantages to MFIC equipment customers.
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Irwin Gruverman, CEO & Chairman
Robert P. Bruno, President & COO
Jack M. Swig, Investor Relations
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