Pressure BioSciences Ramps Up Commercialization of Next-Generation Instrument with CE Marking —

REDONDO BEACH, CA – (Uptick Newswire – February 9, 2017) –, a leading financial news and information portal offering free real time public company filing alerts, announces an article discussing Pressure BioSciences Inc.’s (OTCQB: PBIO) recently announced CE Marking for the company’s newest device, the Barocycler 2320EXT.

The life sciences industry has rapidly evolved over the past decade. For example, newly developed proteomic and genomic analysis techniques have helped researchers improve the detection, treatment, and prevention of cancers and other serious diseases. New programs, such as the Cancer Moonshot Initiative, are designed to invest in these new technologies to accelerate the research and development of new treatment options for patients, as well as new preventive strategies.

Pressure Bio’s Pressure Cycling Technology improves upon the sample preparation process by subjecting cells to alternating cycles of hydrostatic pressure between ambient and high/ultra levels. This enables researchers to quickly, safely, and reproducibly control the cell lysis (breakage) process by effectively squeezing out important cellular components with minimal or no damage whatsoever — like squeezing things out of a sponge.

Pressure Bio recently launched the Barocycler 2320EXTREME — the first major update of its flagship PCT-based sample preparation instrument in years. This release followed years of extensive user feedback. The compact, benchtop instrument offers many features and benefits not found in its predecessor, including data logging options, user-level security, computer-operated control with touch screen programming, and the ability to customize multiple pressure cycling parameters. These new features and benefits could greatly expand the universe of potential users worldwide.

The company recently announced that it secured a CE Marking for the Barocycler 2320EXT — a key milestone that enables it to sell the device throughout the entire European Economic Area, which includes 31 countries. Since 1985, the CE Mark has been required for products in 24 different categories sold within the European Economic Area, with each product falling under various directives that determine specific requirements designed to meet safety, health, and/or environmental requirements.

Pressure Bio recently signed agreements with several distribution partners throughout Europe that could open the door to near-term revenue. In addition, the company is entering the second year of its co-marketing agreement with SCIEX — a global provider of lab instrumentation with a large presence in Europe. Many key opinion leaders, like Professor Ruedi Aebersold, have also purchased the product, which has demonstrated its usefulness in advanced research operations.

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