NanoLogix files multiple international patent applications for BioNanoChannel(TM) and hydrogen bioreactor technology

November 28, 2007 — /PRnewswire/ — HUBBARD, OH — NanoLogix, Inc., a nano-biotechnology company, announces that the company has submitted international patent applications for BioNanoChannel(TM) and hydrogen bioreactor technology protection for China, India, Brazil, and the European Union. These filings are necessary prior to the anticipated global roll-out of the company’s BioNanoChannel(TM) rapid bacteria/microorganism detection technology and also contribute to the protection of NanoLogix’s ongoing Hydrogen Bioreactor development.

Chris Novak, NanoLogix director of IP, states, “The strength and improved focus of the new foreign cases arose from significant improvements to the originally filed provisional patent applications. We at NanoLogix are very excited about the potential for enhancing the patent protection for these new technologies.”

According to Bret Barnhizer, NanoLogix president and CEO, “This is a step forward for the company in its plans for technological and business development and sets the stage for one of our corporate goals of pursuing licensing opportunities for use of our products internationally. These applications aid us by ensuring that NanoLogix strengthens their control over the intellectual property rights to the technology.”

About NanoLogix, Inc.
NanoLogix is a leading innovator in the research, development, and commercialization of nano-biotechnologies, applications, and processes. The company has 31 granted patents and 36 patents pending for bioreactor-based hydrogen production, revolutionary rapid medical testing technologies, potential treatments for sepsis and cancer (via apoptosis), and bioremediation. Information on NanoLogix is available at

Source: NanoLogix, Inc.


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