CombiMatrix Files with SEC to Split from Acacia, Citing Incompatibility, Legal Risks | GenomeWeb
CombiMatrix moved one step closer to being a freestanding company once more after filing documents with the US Securities and Exchange Commission the day after Christmas to split from parent Acacia Research Group.
CombiMatrix’s filing follows a vote by Acacia’s board in January 2006 to spin off the unit. CombiMatrix is currently a wholly owned subsidiary of Acacia. Formed in 1995, CombiMatrix merged with Acacia Research in December 2002.

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