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July 24, 2014

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Immunoclin Corporation (formerly Pharma Investing News, Inc.) was incorporated in the State of Nevada on February 8, 2011.

On December 13, 2013, the Company acquired Immunoclin Limited ("IML"), an England and Wales incorporated company, which is now a wholly-owned subsidiary.

The Company changed both its name to Immunoclin Corporation and its stock symbol to IMCL in conjunction with this acquisition. The Company works on advanced immunology research and development skill to serve the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and food industries, providing comprehensive, clinical and basic science research expertise at a commercial scale and quality.

We have a laboratory in Paris, France at the Centre de Recherche des Cordeliers (CRC), corporate headquarters in Beverly Hills, California.

Research and Development

The Company continues research and development on several products including:

MIRA™-an intelligent algorithm to analyze the complex multi-variant data (cytokines and cellular markers) to identify people who are at risk of having heart attack. MIRA™ detects inflammatory factors that contribute to causing or enhancing processes leading to the obstruction of blood flow and ultimately to a cardiovascular event such as a heart attack.

GARD™-a genetic test for multiple genetic polymorphisms (variants) associated with increased risk of the most common form of dementia: late-onset Alzheimer's disease.

PRIMALEUKIN™-commonly known as interleukin-22 (IL-22), has a unique position as a combined antibacterial, anti-fungal and antiviral agent, harnessing and amplifying the body's own natural defense against, and recovery from, infection.

DACTELLIGENCE™-a technology and newly patented concept in bio-sensing with a potential to challenge state-of-the-art detection platforms in multiple diagnostic fields. This technology targets the delivery of pure electronic point-of-care devices capable of rapid detection while simultaneously processing data.

GastroWellBeing™ (GWB™) -an immunological food supplement.

Summaries of the Company's product are located on our website at:

4 Intellectual Property

The Company has registered patents important to the Company's business. From time to time, the Company may become involved in litigation to protect its intellectual property and defend against the alleged use of third-party intellectual property.


Immunoclin currently has several prototypes, concepts, and formulations for development of products MIRA™, GARD™, PRIMALEUKIN™, DACTELLIGENCE™, and GastroWellBeing™. However, no products are currently in production. The Company anticipates completing development of GastroWellBeing™ by Q3 and commencing sales by Q4 of the fiscal year ending January 31, 2015.


As of the date of this filing, the Company has 4 executive officers, and 1 managing consultant, for a total of 5 staff under management contracts. The Company has 7 consultants under scientific advisor contracts. The Company plans to hire additional laboratory and support staff during fiscal 2015.

Scientific Advisors Mr. Railton Frith

Mr. Frith, as an inventor, led the team of professionals that designed ImmunoClin's DACTELLIGENCE™ bio-sensing technology. He was a founding member of the pioneering Silicon Valley network company Zynar/Nestar Systems. As an independent technology expert, Mr. Firth has worked for a number of noted banks and financial institutes and has created large-scale high volume information systems for diverse industry leaders in such markets as publishing and clinical institutions.

Professor Antony Bayer, MB, FRCP

Professor Bayer is the Personal Chair, Institute of Primary Care & Public Health, Cardiff University School of Medicine in Cardiff, Wales, UK. He is also the Head of the Geriatric Medicine Section as well as the Director of the Memory team. He is a leading researcher in the area of dementia and has focused research on the clinical care of people with cognitive disorders, with special interest in Alzheimer's disease. Prof. Bayer is Editor of the journal 'Reviews in Clinical Gerontology' and holds various Alzheimer's and Aging appointments.

Professor Jean Mariani, MD, PhD

Professor Mariani is a neurobiologist and physician, leading researcher in the area of central nervous system diseases and aging. He is a professor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University (UPMC) in Paris, France, one of the largest and most respected European universities specializing in science and medicine, where he teaches neuroscience and the biology of aging. Prof. Mariani, among many honors, is the director of DHU FAST, a new multi-unit network of excellence conducting research into age related diseases, and of the newly built Charles Foix Institute of Longevity.

5 Marco Kaiser, PhD

Dr. Kaiser is a key member of GenExpress GmbH, a known German molecular biology company. He studied at the Technical University Berlin in the field of medical biotechnology and completed his doctoral thesis in "Ultra sensitive multiplex diagnostics for emerging pathogens" at the Centre for Biological Threats and Specific Pathogens at the renowned Robert Koch Institute in Berlin, Germany. Dr. Kaiser has a strong background in developing technologies for use in virology and dermatological research, and has authored numerous scientific publications and oral presentations.

Gundula Piechotta, PhD

Dr. Piechotta is biochemist and researcher for the Fraunhofer Institute for Silicon Technology (ISIT), Germany, one of Europe's most modern research facilities for microelectronics and microsystems technology. Dr. Piechotta is an expert in biotechnical microsystems, including bio-MEMS, microarrays, and other miniaturized and integrated devices for biological and biochemical diagnostics.

Heinz Ellerbrok, PhD

Heinz Ellerbrok, PhD is the deputy head of the Centre for Biological Safety, Robert Koch Institute (RKI), Germany, the central federal institution responsible for disease control and prevention and therefore the central federal reference institution for both applied and response-orientated research as well as for the Public Health Sector. Dr Ellerbrok has long standing experience in virology including development and application of molecular diagnostics as well as applied and basic research on various pathogens, molecular biology and management of national and international research networks.

Professor Iwona Wybran?ska, PhD

Professor Wybran?ska is the head of the Department of Genetic Diagnostic and Nutrigenomics, and Chair of Clinical Biochemistry, The Jagiellonian University, Medical College, Krako?w, Poland. She is an expert in genotype-based personalized nutrition, a concept that links genotyping with specific nutritional advice in order to improve prevention and therapy of nutrition associated chronic diseases.


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