Yulong Selects Nashville Area to Develop Cellular Biological Drugs

CHEYENNE, WY / ACCESSWIRE / September 14, 2020 / Yulong Eco-Materials Limited (OTC PINK:YECO) today announced that it will focus its energies into building an incubator laboratory in Nashville,TN for the development of cell and extracellular vesicle (EV) based therapeutics.

Dr. Jason Sanders recently relocated to Nashville and the Company is now negotiating lab space near the Vanderbilt University area. EV Biologics will develop a new biotechnology laboratory to advance its state-of-the-art cell culture, EV isolation and nano-scale bioanalytical methods. Laboratory innovation will focus on enhancement of the natural biological properties of MSCs as well as the purification and standardization of the EVs they produce. This R&D incubator lab will provide the framework for novel biopharmaceutical development to treat life-threatening clinical conditions and will be the site for initial production of our first EV drugs.

CMO Dr. Jason Sanders said: "The reality is that our technology is far superior to anything currently on the market. We will be far better off focusing on the development of our own innovative products in our lab. We will do so through the optimization of EVs produced by a series of natural and bioengineered cell lines designed to enhance the remarkable intrinsic biological properties of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) and other progenitor cells."

Disease-specific EVs produced by these types of optimized cell lines will be developed into biological drugs seeking FDA approval for several different clinical indications: acute lung injury (eg. COVID-19, influenza, acute respiratory distress syndrome), autoimmune (lupus, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, etc) and systemic inflammatory syndromes, osteoarthritis and other degenerative musculoskeletal disease, neurodegenerative conditions, metabolic diseases and other age-related conditions.

CEO Daniel Mckinney, said "we have selected Nashville as our lab site for numerous reasons, one being the excellent EV science being fostered at Vanderbilt. There we will focus on our R&D program for biopharmaceuticals along with preparations for submission of the corresponding Investigational New Drug applications ‘INDs' to the FDA."

The Company is implementing an innovative funding platform that will not require the issuance of any shares, thus minimizing dilution of existing shareholders. This new financing model is now being finalized and will be announced soon. This model will add tremendous equity and value to the Company".

The Company applied on September 11th for a USPTO Trademark and is currently in the process of changing the name of the Company to EV Biologics and getting a new trading symbol with FINRA. Our new CUSIP number was issued on August 21st.

About the Company

EV Biologics (formerly Yulong Eco-Materials Limited) is a Wyoming, USA domiciled Biotechnology Company, intent on bringing human mesenchymal "MSC" and other stem cell and cell-derived products to market in the cosmetic and biopharmaceutical spaces. Initially, these novel and unique products will be specifically provided to the international clinical research community including universities and physicians and will be targeted to the aesthetic and regenerative medicine markets. Using proprietary and patentable technologies, the Company is creating exclusive IP and IT inherent in our superior products. Further product development will be focused on investigation of novel stem cell-derived biopharmaceuticals designed for specific clinical conditions.

Forward-Looking Statements

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YECO has 6.21 million shares issued and outstanding with a float of 1,016,375 shares.

Contact:

Dennis Burns
Investor Relations
Tel(567)237-4132
dburns@nvestrain.com

For more information on EV Biologics please visit:
www.evbiologics.com

SOURCE: Yulong Eco-Materials Limited


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