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Pressure BioSciences said today it has received a notice from Nasdaq granting it an extension until Oct. 3 to regain compliance with the exchange's minimum stockholder equity requirement of $2.5 million.

According to a plan submitted by PBI to Nasdaq on May 23, to regain compliance and remain above the requirement for the foreseeable future, the company will need to raise at least $5 million in additional equity capital. The company was first notified it had fallen out of compliance on April 6.

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