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July 2nd, 2007
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NanoSensors, Inc. (bb: NNSR)
NanoSensors, Inc. opened at $.0069 on Monday, current volume is 3,231,525.
News, July 2, NanoSensors, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: NNSR), a nanotechnology development company that is developing a biosensor device to detect e.coli and salmonella announced today an update regarding its product development timeline for its biosensor.
Additionally, the Company stated that although it had received multiple prototypes of its e.coli biosensor for field testing from its contract manufacturer, due to its limited personnel and financial resources, it has not yet been able to commence field testing the prototype of its biosensor product as it had previously expected.
About NanoSensors, Inc. was incorporated in December, 2003 and is a nanotechnology development company based in Santa Clara, California.
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