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Opportunities to collaborate with Maryland-based companies

The following U.S.-based companies are interested in creating successful partnerships with Chinese firms or investors. A pdf-formatted file is available for each company outlining its interest for collaboration.

axonX, LLC: axonX is a Maryland based privately held company that has developed machine vision technologies for integrated safety systems. These technologies bring more advanced features to video surveillance systems resulting in more robust and intelligent detection of hazardous conditions. | collaboration interest | Web site |

CytImmune Sciences, Inc.: CytImmune is a clinical stage biopharmaceutical based in Rockville, Md. developing a pipeline of multifunctional, next-generation therapeutics, binding known anti-cancer agents -- whose toxicities currently prevent or severely limit clinical use -- to its patented colloidal gold tumor-targeting nanotechnology. | collaboration interest | Web site |

Imagilin Technology, LLC: Imagilin is a leading microbial technology company for animal health and nutrition developing and selling beneficial microorganisms that are naturally nutritious, naturally effective, and naturally good to the animals. | collaboration interest | Web site |

ProteinOne, Inc.: ProteinOne is a leading protein company that precisely isolates, refines and markets highly pure, biologically active proteins and protein array platforms. | collaboration interest | Web site |

SuperArray Bioscience Corporation: SuperArray is a privately held biotechnology company that develops and markets a broad range of innovative and cost-effective research tools based on absolutely current knowledge and understanding of important biological pathways. | collaboration interest | Web site |

VectorLogics, Inc: VectorLogics is a biotechnology company focused on the development and commercialization of adenovirus-based cancer therapies and prophylactic vaccines, including therapeutic vaccines for viral liver diseases. | collaboration interest | Web site |

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