Penny Stock News: Applied DNA Sciences Launches SmartDNA in Swedish Jewelry Stores

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STONY BROOK, NY–(Marketwire – May 5, 2011) – Applied DNA Sciences, Inc. (OTCBB: APDN), a provider of DNA-based security solutions, announces the successful launch of SmartDNA™ in Sweden by a country-wide collaboration involving the Swedish National Police, SKL (National Forensic Laboratory), a large Scandinavian Insurance company, Safe Solution, and APDN. Initially, eight Swedish jewelry stores have installed a total of 15 SmartDNA spray units. Initial installation at all jewelry stores in this large chain could result in initial revenues of up to $400,000 to APDN with similar renewal fees of $250,000 every 18 months.

APDN is now exploring installations at Jewelers globally

SmartDNA is a unique and patented security system based on botanical DNA, a completely new and effective crime protection system for stores, warehouses, banks, pharmacies, ATMs and the protection of valuables. The system contains a water-based, non-toxic spray which may be triggered during a crime, marking the perpetrator and remaining on their person for weeks after the crime. Each SmartDNA product is designed to be unique to each store, warehouse or sting operation allowing the police and prosecutors to link criminals to the crimes.

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