NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Shareholders of UK-based Stem Cell Sciences have voted in favor of selling the firm's assets to Stem Cell Sciences.

The vote is the most recent step in SCS' plans to sell off its assets and delist from the AIM and Australian Securities Exchange.

The firms announced the nearly $5 million deal earlier this month.

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