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ANTHEIA, INC. STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE

ALL SALES OF PRODUCTS (“PRODUCTS”) MADE BY OR ON BEHALF OF ANTHEIA, INC. AND ITS AFFILIATES (“SELLER“) TO THE BUYER SET FORTH ON THE PURCHASE ORDER ISSUED PURSUANT TO THE QUOTATION (“BUYER“) ARE EXPRESSLY CONDITIONED ON BUYER’S ACCEPTANCE OF THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS (THESE “TERMS AND CONDITIONS”). FOR PURPOSES OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, EACH OF BUYER AND SELLER MAY BE REFERRED TO HEREIN AS A “PARTY” OR COLLECTIVELY AS THE “PARTIES”. THE QUOTATION (THE “QUOTATION”) AND THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CONSTITUTE THE ENTIRE AGREEMENT BETWEEN SELLER AND BUYER AND SUPERSEDE ALL PREVIOUS OR CONTEMPORANEOUS NEGOTIATIONS, DISCUSSIONS AND UNDERSTANDINGS, WHETHER ORAL OR WRITTEN, BETWEEN THE PARTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE SUBJECT MATTER HEREOF. SELLER WILL NOT BE BOUND BY ANY TERMS OF BUYER’S PURCHASE ORDER OR OTHER DOCUMENT THAT ARE ADDITIONAL OR INCONSISTENT WITH THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, AND ALL SUCH TERMS ARE HEREBY REJECTED AND WILL HAVE NO FORCE OR EFFECT. THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS MAY ONLY BE AMENDED OR WAIVED BY A WRITING SIGNED BY AN AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF SELLER REFERENCING THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

1. Terms and Conditions.
Buyer’s submission of a Purchase Order for the purchase of Products, whether in response to a Quotation, sales order, or any other Seller document, will be deemed an acceptance of and agreement to these Terms and Conditions to the exclusion of any other terms or conditions contained in and/or referenced by such Purchase Order or other document, whether or not specifically accepted by Seller in writing or otherwise, and notice of objection to, and rejection of any such other terms or conditions is hereby given. Any acceptance by Seller of any offer or counteroffer from Buyer is expressly conditioned on Buyer’s assent to and acceptance of these Terms and Conditions.

2. Order and Acceptance.
All orders for Products shall be made by written purchase order by the Seller (any, a “Purchase Order”). No Purchase Order shall be binding upon Seller until accepted by Seller in writing, in Seller’s sole discretion, and Seller shall have no liability to Buyer with respect to Purchase Orders that are not accepted. Buyer shall submit Purchase Orders to Seller in accordance with Seller’s then current lead times.

3. Delivery, Shipping, Risk of Loss.
Seller will use reasonable efforts to deliver Products at the times specified in Seller’s acceptance of Buyer’s Purchase Order, provided, however, that all delivery dates are estimates only and deliveries may be in installments. All Products delivered hereunder will be suitably packed for shipment in Seller’s standard containers and shipped CPT (Carriage Paid To; Incoterms 2020) to a named port or terminal specified in Buyer’s Purchase Order (“Delivery Point“), at which time risk of loss from any casualty and title pass to Buyer. All freight, insurance and other shipping expenses from the Delivery Point will be borne by Buyer.

4. Acceptance of Products.
Buyer shall accept or reject Products within seven (7) calendar days after receipt for failure to substantially conform to Seller’s published specifications. If Buyer fails to notify Seller in writing of its rejection and a detailed explanation of any alleged deficiencies within such period, Buyer will be conclusively deemed to have irrevocably accepted the Products. Upon receipt of any rejection notice from Buyer, Seller shall review and advise Buyer to return or destroy such non-conforming Product. Buyer shall not return to Seller or destroy any non-conforming Product unless instructed to do so by Seller. If instructed by Seller to do so, Buyer must return to Seller or destroy, in accordance with Seller’s instructions, any such non-conforming Products within 60 calendar days after receipt of such instruction from Seller. Seller may conduct further examination that such alleged deficiencies actually exist and were not caused by accident, neglect, misuse, alteration by or of Buyer.

5. Price.
Prices for Products shall be as listed in the Quotation to which these Terms and Conditions are attached (“Purchase Price“). If the Quotation has expired, Seller has the right to revise the Purchase Price without notice to Buyer. Price increases will apply to all Purchase Orders received after the effective date of the price revision. The Purchase Price is exclusive of all customs, duties, taxes and tariffs and all national, state, and local taxes, fees or charges now in force or enacted in the future. Any such tax, fee or charge imposed by any governmental authority on the transaction between Seller and Buyer will be paid by the Buyer in addition to the Purchase Price. If Seller is required to pay any tax, fee or charge at the time of sale or thereafter, Buyer will promptly reimburse Seller therefor.

6. Payment Terms.
Payment terms shall be in accordance with the Quotation unless otherwise designated by Seller. Buyer will make payments in United States dollars by check or wire transfer to an account designated by Seller. Invoices not paid when due will bear interest at a rate of one and one-half percent (1.5%) per month or the maximum rate allowed by law, whichever is less. If Seller undertakes collection or enforcement efforts, Buyer shall be liable for all costs thereof, including attorney’s fees.

7. Proprietary Rights.
Seller retains all proprietary rights in and to all intellectual property, including composition, formulation and other data pertaining to the Products. The sale of Products by Seller to Buyer does not grant to, convey or confer upon Buyer, a license, express or implied, under any patent right, copyright, or other intellectual property right of Seller covering or relating to any use other than is consistent with the labeling of such Product.

8. Confidentiality.
Buyer shall not disclose the terms of the Quotation or these Terms and Conditions to any other person or entity outside its organization and affiliates except to its legal counsel, financial advisors, or auditors. All specifications, samples, and other data furnished by Seller to Buyer will be treated as Seller’s confidential information, will remain Seller’s property, and will be returned to Seller upon request. -2-

9. Limited Warranty.
For Products purchased hereunder, Seller warrants that the Products (i) meet all specifications outlined in Supplier’s written documentation and will function as described therein; (ii) comply with all applicable laws, codes, and regulations; (iii) do not infringe or violate any patent, trademark, copyright, or other intellectual property right of a third party; and (iv) have been properly stored, labeled, and shipped by Seller in accordance with industry standards and regulatory requirements including, but not limited, to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and/or the European Medicines Agency. Products which have been subject to abuse, misuse, accident, alteration, neglect, improperly stored or handled are not covered by warranty. Seller makes no warranty against any failure or defect, material or otherwise, of the Product related to, caused by, or exacerbated by any actions or inactions of Buyer or its employees.

10. Limited Remedy.
Seller’s entire liability and Buyer’s exclusive remedy is limited to replacement of Products or refund of the Purchase Price at Seller’s sole option.

11. Disclaimer of Warranties.
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, EXCEPT FOR THE LIMITED WARRANTY STATED IN SECTION 9, THE PRODUCTS ARE PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OR CONDITION OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AND THE SELLER SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

12. Termination.
Either Party may terminate a Purchase Order immediately upon written notice to the other Party for: (a) the insolvency, assignment for the benefit of creditors, involuntary filing of a petition order or other decree in bankruptcy, or commencement of any proceeding for liquidation or reorganization of the other Party, (b) failure by the other Party to comply with applicable laws or regulations, and (c) the material breach by the other Party that is not cured within thirty (30) calendar days of receiving a notice thereof from the terminating Party. Upon termination of a Purchase Order, Seller shall invoice Buyer for, and Buyer shall pay for (i) all completed Products previously delivered and not yet paid, (ii) all in-process Products not yet delivered, and (iii) all other non-cancellable costs and expenses incurred by Seller prior to the effective date of the termination.

13. Cancellations.
Buyer may not cancel or reschedule any Purchase Order without Seller’s prior written approval. If any Purchase Order is cancelled or rescheduled for any reason, then Buyer shall, in addition to any fees due pursuant to Section 12 above, pay Seller the cancellation and rescheduling fees set forth below: Number of days prior to scheduled delivery date when cancellation or rescheduling notice is received by Seller Charge as a percentage of the corresponding Purchase Price of the Products More than or equal to 120 calendar days 0% Between 90 and 119 calendar days 25% Between 60 and 89 calendar days 50% Between 30 and 59 calendar days 75% Less than 30 calendar days 100%

Number of days prior to scheduled delivery date when cancellation or rescheduling notice is received by Seller
Charge as a percentage of the corresponding Purchase Price of the Products

14. Buyer Indemnification.
Buyer shall defend, indemnify, and hold harmless Seller from and against any liability, damage, loss, or expense (including reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses of litigation) in connection with any claims, suits, or proceedings arising out of or relating to the use of the Products, unless caused by the gross negligence or willful misconduct of Seller solely.

15. Limitation of Liability.
Seller shall not be liable for any loss, damages or penalty resulting from delay in delivery when such delay is due to causes beyond the reasonable control of Seller, including but not limited to, pandemic, epidemic, supplier delay, force majeure, act of God, labor shortage, labor unrest, fire, explosion or earthquake. Without limiting the foregoing, in no event shall Seller’s liability and Buyer’s remedies arising out of or related to the Products, exceed the Purchase Price paid by Buyer for the Products giving rise to such liability. IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR COSTS OF PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS, LOST PROFITS OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES OR ANY OTHER INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, OR RELIANCE DAMAGES, HOWEVER CAUSED AND UNDER ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), OR OTHERWISE. THESE LIMITATIONS SHALL APPLY REGARDLESS OF WHETHER SELLER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE AND NOTWITHSTANDING THE FAILURE OF ESSENTIAL PURPOSE OF ANY LIMITED REMEDY. SELLER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR COSTS AND DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF (A) ANY ALTERATION, MODIFICATION, OR IMPROVEMENT TO THE PRODUCT MADE BY BUYER OR A THIRD PARTY, OR (B) ANY USE FOR A PURPOSE OR APPLICATION FOR WHICH THE PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED.

16. Insurance.
Buyer shall maintain adequate levels and types of insurance coverage in amounts required by applicable state law, as is appropriate to its business, and as is standard and customary in the industry, including, without limitation, professional, general, or product liability. -3-

17. Miscellaneous.
No representations or statements, other than those expressly set forth herein, were relied upon by the Parties in entering into these Terms and Conditions. No modification or waiver of, addition to, or deletion from, these Terms and Conditions shall be effective unless reduced to writing and signed by duly authorized representatives of the Parties. These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of California without regard to its conflicts of law principles. Any dispute arising out of these Terms and Conditions shall be brought in, and the Parties consent to personal and exclusive jurisdiction of and venue in, the state and federal courts within Santa Clara County, California. Failure or delay by either Party in exercising any right hereunder shall not operate as or be deemed a waiver of such right or of any other right hereunder, except for violations which, after discussion and mutual agreement by the Parties, are waived in writing. If any provision of the Quotation or these Terms and Conditions is held to be invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of the Quotation and these Terms and Conditions shall continue in full force and effect and will be interpreted to reflect the original intent of the Parties.

Richard Sherwin

Head of Commercialization

Richard is an industry veteran with more than 30 years of experience in the KSM, API, and intermediate markets. He is responsible for leading the commercialization and revenue generation for Antheia’s robust pipeline of products. Richard brings an exceptional track record of leading international sales teams, driving revenue growth, building strategic partnerships, and delivering innovative products to market, including ANDA and NDA developments. Richard led commercial efforts at some of the leading global pharmaceutical companies and most recently, built his own consultancy business advising a range of clients, including $1B divisions of major multinationals.

Appropriate regulatory submissions will be prepared and submitted to support Antheia’s customers who need to reference and access necessary process-related information.

Yihui Zhu, PhD

Head of Fermentation

Yihui leads the fermentation team at Antheia. With over 25 years of hands-on experience in the field, he brings in-depth knowledge and expertise in microbial metabolism and fermentation process development. He is also skilled in developing comprehensive fermentation data collection, analysis, and visualization systems. Prior to joining Antheia, he served as a fermentation lead at Intrexon and Codexis where he successfully built fermentation labs and teams and led multiple biofuel and biochemical projects to reach stretch milestones and tech transfer. Yihui is passionate about the potential of fermentation and is dedicated to advancing the field through innovative research and development.

Yen-Hsiang Wang, PhD

Head of Strategy, Partnerships, and Finance

Yen-Hsiang leads strategy, partnerships and finance at Antheia. He completed his M.S. and Ph.D. in Bioengineering at Stanford, with extensive research experience in synthetic biology, metabolic engineering and computational modeling. Before joining Antheia, he worked at McKinsey and Tencent with a strong focus in corporate strategy and big data/advanced analytics. At Tencent, he served as Director of Strategy and Business Development for the AI Lab, leading corporate initiatives in healthcare AI/ML applications and commercialization. He also served in AI4H (Artificial Intelligence for Health), a collaboration between WHO and ITU, to establish global standards for AI in healthcare.

Audrey Wang

Head of Financial Planning and Analysis

Audrey leads financial planning and analysis at Antheia. With an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis, Audrey is passionate about leveraging financial analysis, digital technology, and data analytics to guide companies in making optimal investments and strategic business decisions. Audrey has a decade of experience in helping companies solve unique problems and creating long-term impact with unconventional approaches. Before joining Antheia, she was at Vir Biotechnology and Merck where she led various FP&A workstreams, including investment valuation, asset prioritization, and manufacturing sites operation finance support. Audrey completed CFA Level II and passed the U.S. CPA exam in 2011.

Antonij Tjahjadi, CPA

Head of Accounting

Antonij Tjahjadi leads accounting at Antheia and holds active CPA license. He joined Antheia with more than 20 years of experience in corporate accounting, bringing deep expertise in ramping up accounting operations for start-up companies, SEC reporting/technical accounting, and SOX implementation efforts. Before joining Antheia, he held various leading roles in both public and private company settings, including directing accounting functions at Ambys Medicines, where he successfully implemented Netsuite with Point Purchasing integration and set up various accounting policies and processes, and played a key role in the initial public offering of Nutanix, Inc.

Ken Takeoka

Head of Biology

Ken leads the Biology team at Antheia, which incorporates both strain and protein engineering functions. He has more than 16 years of experience in the synthetic biology field, working with leading companies, including Amyris and Novartis. One of his passions is molecular biology tool development and he previously worked to build the foundation for the automated strain engineering pipeline at Amyris. At Novartis, he modernized the molecular biology techniques and established a platform to model mechanisms of antibiotic resistance in a range of organisms.

Suzanne Sato

Head of Downstream Processing

Suzy leads downstream chemistry processes at Antheia. She has 19 years of experience in process development, including route development through synthetic chemistry and scale-up of small molecule APIs for GPCR targets under cGMP for Phase I-III trials. Before joining Antheia, Suzy led a full DSP team at Amyris where she successfully pivoted developments from biofuels hydrocarbon products to pharmaceutical intermediate, flavor, fragrance and nutraceutical products. She led a team that scaled 11 products and took five products to commercial manufacturing.

Farrah Pulce, PMP

Head of Project Management

Farrah leads program and project management at Antheia. She has over 20 years of experience leading program and project management, operations, and engineering for companies across the CPG, aerospace, and automotive industries. Prior to joining Antheia, Farrah implemented and led the sustaining program management team at Impossible Foods. She also led product operations, project management, and cost optimization at Blue Bottle Coffee and Tyson Foods to develop and commercialize new products. As a certified project management professional (PMP), Farrah has a proven record of successful project delivery, improving project management practices, and building collaborative teams.

Jordyn Lee

Head of Communications

Jordyn leads communications and external affairs at Antheia. She brings a decade of multidisciplinary communications experience in helping companies make complex science and technology accessible to broad audiences, all while maintaining technical accuracy and integrity. She has a passion for visionary storytelling and translating impact across the entire communications ecosystem – her work has spanned from public relations to corporate communications to marketing. Jordyn has served as an advisor to a number of different life sciences companies and most recently led corporate communications at Amyris.

Ben Kotopka, PhD

Head of Data Science

As Head of Data Science at Antheia, Ben manages in-house software development and external partnerships for storing and interpreting research data, executing bioinformatics analyses, and streamlining business processes. Prior to Antheia, Ben worked as an academic researcher at the intersection of machine learning, bioinformatics, and synthetic biology. Following this, as an entrepreneur and consultant, he developed and deployed data science solutions for biotechnology applications ranging from metabolomics-driven compound discovery to MRI segmentation.

Guerin Kob

Head of Supply Chain

Guerin is responsible for leading the design, development, management and improvement of Antheia’s end-to-end global supply chain. He has over 15 years of experience leading high-performing supply chain and procurement teams at leading biotechnology and specialty chemical companies, with extensive experience in process development and end-to-end supply chain optimization. Prior to joining Antheia, Guerin served as Senior Director of Global Supply Chain for Sumitomo Chemical’s biotechnology division with Valent Biosciences, where he led the end-to end supply chain including procurement, logistics and distribution, integrated business planning, materials management, customer service, and supply planning functions globally.

Pavel Aronov, PhD

Head of Bioanalytics

Pavel leads the Bioanalytics team at Antheia. He has 20 years of experience in analytical and clinical chemistry, mass spectrometry, chromatography, and metabolomics. Pavel built and led the original Chemistry and Analytics team at Impossible Foods enabling strain development, fermentation, DSP, regulatory, QC, and scale-up of leghemoglobin biomanufacturing. During his academic career at UC Davis and Stanford University Pavel developed a vitamin D assay used by all major clinical diagnostics laboratories and pioneered metabolomics studies to investigate kidney disease and microbiome.

Jesse Ahrendt

Head of Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs

Jesse has more than 25 years of experience in regulatory affairs, quality systems, manufacturing quality, and regulated industries, ranging from early- to late-stage pharmaceuticals, biomanufacturing, consumer care, and medical devices. He has supported global product launches and the underlying quality supply chain components in industries that require strict adherence to internationally accepted quality standards. Before Antheia, he led quality efforts at Zymergen and Sandoz, and supported many global pharmaceutical companies during his time in Biotech Consulting at NSF International, all to bring quality to the forefront in manufacturing, standardize global processes, and support customer regulatory requirements.

Heidi Pucel

Chief People Officer

Heidi is a results-driven human resources executive and HR business partner who leverages decades of experience in empowering, motivating, and inspiring to drive transformation within high-performing and rapidly-growing workforces. A certified executive coach and passionate advocate for people-oriented solutions, Pucel serves as a partner to executive teams to design programs that support employee development, engagement, and recruitment and retention. Pucel most recently served as Chief People Officer for Countsy, where she worked as an interim HR executive for clients in the biotechnology and software industries, such as Ceribell and Tune Therapeutics.

Zack McGahey

Chief Operating Officer

Zack is a leading executive in operations management, specializing in bioprocess engineering and manufacturing management. He has over 20 years of experience leading manufacturing functions for companies across the pharmaceutical, synthetic biology, diagnostics, and automotive industries. Before joining Antheia, Zack was VP of manufacturing and capex project management at Zymergen. He also gained experience managing commercial scale facilities operations for Tesla, where he was responsible for managing 10 million square feet of factory, lab and warehouse space during the Model 3 ramp.

Kristy Hawkins, PhD

Co-Founder & CSO

Kristy has over 20 years of experience in the field of synthetic biology, focusing on yeast metabolic engineering for the production of small molecules. She did the founding work on the benzylisoquinoline alkaloid pathway during her graduate studies and gained valuable industry experience at Amyris and Lygos. Kristy is an expert in tool development, high-throughput screening, and host strain and heterologous pathway engineering.

Christina Smolke, PhD

Co-Founder & CEO

Christina is a pioneer in synthetic biology and metabolic engineering, where she has over 20 years of experience. As Professor of Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering at Stanford University, her laboratory led the breakthrough research to engineer baker’s yeast to produce some of the most complex and valuable medicines known. Under her leadership, Antheia’s synthetic biology platform enables new possibilities for drug discovery and efficient, sustainable, transparent, and on-demand drug manufacturing at scale. Her vision and accomplishments have garnered numerous awards, including the Chan-Zuckerberg Biohub Investigator, NIH Director’s Pioneer Award, Nature’s 10, Novozymes Award for Excellence in Biochemical Engineering, and TR35 Award.

Antheia hosts U.S. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken to showcase the impact of biotechnology innovation

Appropriate regulatory submissions will be prepared and submitted to support Antheia’s customers who need to reference and access necessary process-related information.