EMERYVILLE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nanomix Corporation (OTCBB: NNMX, NNMXD), a leader in the development of mobile, affordable, point-of-care diagnostics, announces it has entered into a $3.0 million securities purchase agreement with GHS Investments, LLC (GHS), a leading private investment and management group.
“This agreement is an important step in the transition of our business from development stage to commercial operations. GHS has an impressive track record of investing in small-cap companies with a promising outlook, and we believe they will be a valuable partner to Nanomix,” stated David Ludvigson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Nanomix.
Under the terms of the securities purchase agreement, Nanomix will have the right to sell up to $3.0 million of common stock to GHS across multiple tranches over the next several months. For more information on the agreement, please refer to the Company’s Current Report on Form 8-K filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange and available at www.sec.gov.
About Nanomix Corporation
Nanomix is the leader in the development of mobile point-of-care diagnostics with its Nanomix eLab platform and assays that provide rapid, accurate, quantitative information for use in settings where time is critical to clinical decision-making and improved patient care. The company’s products are designed to broadly impact healthcare delivery by bringing diagnostics to the point of initial patient interaction, whether in the hospital or in pre-hospital, remote or alternate-care settings, with the goal to enable faster clinical decision-making and potentially treatment-in-place. Nanomix’s first assay addresses the critical need for faster diagnosis of critical infections. The company is developing a pipeline of other tests designed to improve patient outcomes by making high-quality diagnostic information available within minutes. For more information, visit www.nano.com.
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