NEW YORK, July 6 – Out of cash, Genometrix ceased operations as of Monday, June 25, a company official told GenomeWeb.

The Woodlands, Texas-based company laid off approximately 35 employees, leaving the company with a skeleton staff of five people, said David Jorden, CFO. On that day, companies using Genometrix products were told that the company had “stopped pursuing to completion existing service contracts,” said Jorden.

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