AutoGenomics Receives FDA Clearance for Its INFINITI Analyzer

Carlsbad, CA, May 2, 2007 - AutoGenomics Inc., a leader in developing automated molecular testing solutions, announced today that it has obtained clearance from the FDA to market its INFINITI Analyzer as stand alone instrumentation for multiplexed assays. In February, this year, the company reported that it had obtained clearance for it's INFINITI System Assay for Factor II & Factor V Leiden as an in vitro diagnostic device that consisted of reagents and instrumentation.

"Molecular testing is becoming an integral part of the clinical laboratory. This clearance validates the integrity of our automated multiplexing platform to provide the desired quality, reliability and robustness to customers and enable them to develop and use multiplexed applications on the INFINITI Platform" said Fareed Kureshy, President and CEO of AutoGenomics.

AutoGenomics has already submitted another 510(k) application to the FDA for its INFINITI 2C9 / VKORC1 Multiplexed Assay to assess Warfarin sensitivity and has plans to file for FDA clearance for additional applications in its expanding test menu in pharmacogenetics, genetic disorders, infectious diseases and cancer diagnostics.

About AutoGenomics
AutoGenomics Inc., a privately held company based in Carlsbad, CA, has developed the first automated, microarray based multiplexing diagnostic platforms that can be used to assess disease signatures with novel genomic and proteomic markers in the area of genetic disorders, infectious disease, cancer and pharmacogenetics. With the discovery of genes and their link to various disease states the platform has the versatility to revolutionize the way patients are diagnosed, monitored and managed leading to the era of personalized medicine. For more information, please visit www.autogenomics.com

For further information please contact:

Ram Vairavan
Senior Vice President Sales & Marketing, AutoGenomics
760-804-7378 x 305
rvairavan@autogenomics.com

AutoGenomics Receives FDA Clearance for Its Infiniti Analyzer