By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – ValiRx today announced its wholly owned subsidiary ValiFinn has bought the biomarkers business of Pharmatest Services for €75,000 ($96,000) plus stock.

The purchase includes five patent families and patent applications and related intellectual property. Pharmatest, based in Finland, also received 15 million shares of ValiRx stock at a price of .52 pence per share.

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