SOURCE: The Wall Street Small Cap Reporter

May 11, 2005 07:05 ET

Wall Street Futures Continues Coverage of Universal Detection Technology (OTC BB: UDTT) as Featured Company in Homeland Security

NOTE TO EDITORS: The Following Is an Investment Opinion Being Issued by The Wall Street Small Cap Reporter.

DALLAS, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 11, 2005 -- Wall Street Futures, a leading source of news and information for the small cap investor, continues its coverage of Universal Detection Technology (OTC BB: UDTT) as its "stock to watch" in the booming homeland security sector.

UDTT is a manufacturer of airborne pollutant detection devices with a history of success that spans 30 years. With the emerging threat of bioterrorism, the company has focused its R&D efforts on real-time biological weapon detection systems. In cooperation with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, UDTT has developed a bio-terror "smoke" detector or bacterial spore monitor, which combines the lab's spore detection technology with UDTT's aerosol capture device.

Recently dubbed the BSM-2000 for commercial marketing efforts, the device continuously tests air samples, measures the concentration of airborne bacterial spores in these samples, and looks for abnormal spikes in the level of airborne spores utilizing a proprietary technology developed in collaboration with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. UDTT's BSM-2000 is capable of identifying potential threats, such as anthrax, in as little as 15 minutes -- saving countless lives.

UDTT's strong, ongoing news activity continued yesterday with the company's selection of Horiba Jobin Yvon, a leader in diffraction gratings and optical spectroscopy, to manufacture the optical component of the BSM-2000. Fluorescence modules designed by Horiba Jobin Yvon will be installed in the first manufactured series of BSM-2000, including a sample for Quantum Automation, which recently signed a distribution agreement for the sale of the BSM-2000 in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.

Shares of UDTT closed Tuesday at $0.18, up nearly six percent on the day, and worthy of investment consideration given the stock's very recent history of trading above $0.30. The company, meanwhile, continues to demonstrate strong news activity and fair volume, suggesting there could be very little to keep this stock from quickly returning to the $0.30-$0.35 range.

Also among Wall Street Futures' high-volume "stocks to watch" this week are Applied Materials (NASDAQ: AMAT), Cisco Systems (NASDAQ: CSCO), and Siebel Systems (NASDAQ: SEBL).

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