November 1, 2003

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Lifestream Leaves AMEX

Originally Published MX November/December 2003


Lifestream Technologies Inc. (Post Falls, ID) announced in late September that it will withdraw its common shares from the American Stock Exchange (AMEX). The company is expected to trade on the Nasdaq OTC Bulletin Board. Lifestream manufactures consumer cholesterol monitors and professional screening instruments.

In early September, MicroVention Inc. (Aliso Viejo, CA) raised $10 million in late-stage funding. Investors included U.S. Venture Partners (Menlo Park, CA), Crosspoint Venture Partners (Woodside, CA), De Novo Ventures (Menlo Park, CA), Delphi Ventures (Menlo Park, CA), Asset Management Partners (Palo Alto, CA), Advanced Technology Ventures (Waltham, MA), and A. G. Edwards Capital (St. Louis). MicroVention manufactures catheter-based devices that provide minimally invasive treatments for cerebral vascular diseases.

Medtronic Inc. (Minneapolis) completed its acquisition of TransVascular Inc. (TVI; Palo Alto, CA) in late September. Financial terms of the transaction were not

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