NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Great Basin Scientific today filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission to raise $10 million through an offering of securities units comprising stocks and warrants.

In Great Basin's S-1 registration, the firm said it will offer $8 million in Class A units, consisting of shares of the firm's common stock and Series J Warrants, and $2 million in Class B units, comprised of one prefunded Series K warrant to purchase an unspecified number of shares of its common stock together with Series J Warrants.

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