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related to primary disinfection, bio-film inhibition and safe storage.

http://www.halosource.com

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llumina, Inc. (NASDAQ:ILMN) unveiled its new HumanOmniExpress+ Custom BeadChip

(OmniExpress+), an enhancement to the recently announced OmniExpress BeadChip that allows for the addition of up to 200,000 custom variants for a total of >900k variants per sample.

http://www.illumina.com/OmniExpress

ndustrial Nanotech, Inc. (Pink Sheets: INTK) announced an update to their earlier release regar-

ding the favorable report by Mexico‘s CFE (Comision Federal de Electricidad, Federal Electricity Com- mission) which qualified the coatings for a state run energy efficiency credit program. Distribuidora Nano de America S.A. de C.V., the company’s Mexican distributor, has now completed the next step, which included the award of NOM 18 ENE, after successful testing by accreditation laboratory, ONNCCE, for thermal insulation values.

Initial applications will be on roofs of homes to in- crease energy efficiency and reduce energy costs. It is projected that Nansulate®

to coat

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will initially be used for

approximately 40% of the market for this year (Total Market 400,000 units) which is near 160,000 units with approximately 4 gallons of Nansulate®

the roof of each unit.

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narka Power Plastic®

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