Combimatrix Files Plans to Split with Parent Acacia with SEC | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Combimatrix yesterday filed an S-1 form with the US Securities and Exchange Commission outlining its plans to split from parent company Acacia Research.
 
Currently a wholly owned subsidiary of the Newport Beach, Calif., firm, Combimatrix said in its SEC filing that it will no longer be an affiliate of Acacia after the split off.
 

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