This story originally ran on Aug. 25.

Vermillion said in a filing last week with the US Securities and Exchange Commission that it had $162,081 in cash as of July 31.

The company, which is seeking Chapter 11 protection, began July with $179,242 and received $50,729 in receipts, including $40,000 in "funds released" by ProLogis, a Denver-based manager of industrial facilities. Vermillion did not provide further details in its filing about the nature of the funds.

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