Synovis Life Technologies to Present at the Singular Research 5th Annual Best of the Uncovereds Conference on November 4

Live Webcast Available at 10 a.m. PT

ST. PAUL, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Synovis Life Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: SYNO), a diversified medical device company, will present at the Singular Research 5th Annual Best of the Uncovereds conference at 10 a.m. PT (noon CT) on Thursday, Nov. 4, 2010. Richard W. Kramp, president and chief executive officer, and Brett A. Reynolds, chief financial officer, will discuss the company’s recent performance and market opportunities.

To listen to a live webcast of the presentation, go to the investor information section of the company’s website, www.synovislife.com, and click on the webcast icon. If you have any difficulty accessing the webcast, please contact Nick Banovetz: 612-455-1705; [email protected].

The Singular Research conference will be held at the Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel, Los Angeles.

About Synovis Life Technologies
Synovis Life Technologies, Inc., based in St. Paul, Minn., develops, manufactures and markets mechanical and biological products used by several surgical specialties for the repair of soft tissue damaged or destroyed by disease or injury. The company’s products are designed to reduce risks and/or facilitate critical surgeries, improve patient outcomes and reduce healthcare costs. For additional information on Synovis Life Technologies and its products, visit the company’s Web site at www.synovislife.com.



CONTACT:

Padilla Speer Beardsley Inc.
Nancy A. Johnson, 612-455-1745
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Marian Briggs, 612-455-1742
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Synovis Life Technologies, Inc.
Brett Reynolds, CFO, 651-796-7300

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  California  Minnesota

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Surgery  Health  Biotechnology  Hospitals  Medical Devices  Manufacturing  Chemicals/Plastics  Engineering  Research  Medical Supplies  Science

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