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AtheroNova Achieves Milestone in Initiating First Shipment of AHRO-001
Date:3/1/2012

IRVINE, Calif., March 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- AtheroNova Inc. (OTCBB: AHRO), a biotech company focused on the research and development of compounds to regress atherosclerotic plaque, today announced that it has initiated the first shipment of AHRO-001 Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) to its research and development partner CardioNova, Ltd., a Russia based biotech company responsible for Phase 1 and 2 human clinical studies of AHRO-001. The clinical-grade material will be used to commence the toxicology studies conducted for Russian regulatory purposes.

"We are pleased to announce this first shipment, clearly a milestone for us in the development of AHRO-001 for use in upcoming human clinical studies," said AtheroNova CEO Thomas Gardner. "This is the highest purity ever achieved in AHRO-001 and is ready to be used in an advanced clinical setting for the first time. As we proceed through our clinical phases, we are extremely gratified to adhere to our aggressive development path and look forward to additional development milestones in the coming months."

"CardioNova is very excited to receive the first shipment," commented CardioNova CEO Andrey Boldyrev. "We are looking forward to starting the toxicology studies and initiating clinical studies in close cooperation with AtheroNova, who proves to be an ideal partner for this project. We believe that an effective partnership of our two companies will allow us to bring to market a novel drug that is much anticipated by doctors and patients all over the world."

About AHRO-001
AHRO-001 is AtheroNova's first novel application for the treatment and prevention of atherosclerosis. Atherosclerotic plaque is the primary, underlying cause of heart disease and stroke in industrialized countries. AHRO-001 uses certain natural compounds to regress atherosclerotic plaque deposits through a process known as delipidization. Delipidization dissolves plaques in artery walls, which are the
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