NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Nasdaq exchange has told Tripos that it will delist its shares from the Global Market on May 30 because it is not in compliance with market rules, Tripos said yesterday.
 
Tripos said it received a letter from the Nasdaq saying the company has failed to maintain the minimum $10 million stockholder equity that the Global Market requires, and because it failed to file its 10-Q quarterly report for the period ended March 31.
 

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