NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Nanogen's shares began trading on the OTC Pink Sheets this morning after being removed from the Nasdaq market.

The transfer of the firm's common stock was expected after it announced a week and a half ago that it had received a delisting notice, which it did not intend to appeal.

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