Rosetta Defaults on Payment to Prometheus, Faces Bankruptcy | GenomeWeb

By Doug Macron

Despite its early promise as one of the first players in the microRNA diagnostics space, Rosetta Genomics is facing bankruptcy, according to documents filed last month with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

According to Rosetta, it has defaulted on a $650,000 payment it owed, with interest, to one-time marketing partner Prometheus Laboratories.

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