The Ohio case was NNLX v Novak, in your opinion will Nanologix go forward with this now that the CA case has been dismissed? What would they gain from it? Seems like unnecessary legal fees.
To clarify, I am wondering because if it is 3 months for NNLX, then the shelf life for the competitors must be pretty low. This could be a good market for nano if clients have to order and use the competition plates within a few days when they could be storing them for at least 90 instead.
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A new site, but not really that important as long as they do some distribution of the plates!
Good to see you are making numbers again. Where is the proof of the 200 million shares? Wouldnt that be a classic bash statement?
Just notices that the last BNP documents added 1/20 show it as tested on E.coli, Salmonella and Staphylococcus aureus. Three food borne illnesses. Along with the recent news about a grocery chain I would think it is is pretty safe to say there is a good chance that that is where this batch was headed.
I guess it wont let me post anything close to a link here, just google nanologix business journal and it pops up.
Not much there, but this is an interesting part:
"NanoLogix manufacturers "a few thousand" of these plates per day at its eight workstations, Barnhizer reports."