Agile Sciences Enters Research and Development Agreement with Multi-National Chemical Company

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Agile Sciences' library of proprietary compounds to be screened for effectiveness.

Agile Sciences today announced that a major international chemical company will support the further evaluation of Agile Sciences' extensive anti-biofilm compound library for the use in defined agricultural markets. Agile Sciences anticipates that data from these planned studies will be available within the next 12 months. Agile Sciences' proprietary compounds have shown unprecedented activity toward inhibiting and dispersing bacterial and fungal biofilms. "We are delighted that following preliminary studies our collaborators have decided to formalize our relationship and embark on a substantial work effort with our compounds. Their decision is particularly gratifying because our companies have been working closely together for the past few months. This is consistent with our business model, and we hope to announce similar progress in the Healthcare, Industrial and Consumer markets shortly", commented Agile Sciences co-founder, Dr. Christian Melander. Dr. Stephen Brand, President of Agile Sciences added, "This partnership enhances our development activities in agriculture and highlights the desire of the industry to find a solution to a problem with tremendous economic and environmental consequences."

About Agile Sciences:
Agile Sciences is headquartered on North Carolina State University's Centennial Campus, North Carolina. The company was founded in 2007 by Professors Christian Melander and John Cavanagh of North Carolina State University (NCSU) to provide commercial solutions to those industries plagued by the effects of biofilms. The company's proprietary compound was derived from the Agelas conifera sea sponge and has been shown to be effective in dispersing biofilms. For additional information, please visit:


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