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DARA (Including Video), CLNO, APL, RODM, RNR - Stock Report! April 10th 2011

|Includes: Atlas Pipeline Partners, L.P. (APL), MKTSQ, RNR


DARA BioSciences Filed 2010 Annual Report and Issues Overview!

DARA BioSciences, Inc. (Nasdaq:DARA) highlighted a number of achievements disclosed in the Company's 2010 annual report that was filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) on March 25, 2011 and provides an overview. For the year ending December 31, 2010, the Company received approximately $8.4 million in cash and funding commitments to continue the clinical development of its two leading drug candidates that have the potential to help people with neuropathic pain and those with diabetes. As a result of the capital raised during 2010, the Company believes it has sufficient cash to achieve the next series of key milestones during 2011.

DARA's two leading drug candidates have been successfully studied in clinical trials, and DARA is preparing for additional clinical studies during the first half 2011. Selected 2010 highlights include:

* Announcement of a Clinical Trial Collaboration Agreement with the Symptom Management & Drug Development, Community Oncology & Prevention Trials Group, Division of Cancer Prevention; National Cancer Institute (NYSE:NCI) to advance the clinical study of KRN5500;
* Completion of a successful Phase 1a clinical study for DB959 program;
* Enhancement of patent portfolio to 88 granted patents and 60 pending applications (US and foreign);
* Receipt of equity investments in excess of $7.9 million, with CEO Richard A Franco Sr. personally investing approximately $350,000; and,
* Receipt of approximately $500,000 in grant awards.

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The National Energy Technology Laboratory completed a resource assessment for the Federal Energy Management Program to determine the potential for wood-waste projects at federal facilities. The assessment analyzed data reported by the wood products industry and indicates abundant opportunities for using this resource:

• There are more than 12,000 sources of wood residues in the United States.

• There is at least one substantial source of wood waste from manufacturing within 50 miles of virtually every federal facility.

• For 75 percent of the larger federal facilities, there are 10 or more sources within 50 miles.

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