NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Transgenomic today announced the closing of its public offering of stock and corresponding warrants that raised $6.2 million in net proceeds. 

The company offered 3,573,899 shares of its common stock and corresponding warrants to purchase 714,781 shares. The stocks and warrants were sold in combination with one warrant to purchase .20 of a share of stock for each share of stock sold. The combined price for each share and corresponding warrant was $1.95.  

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