( APRI ), a biopharmaceutical company advancing medicines in urology and rheumatology, said that it has received notice from the Nasdaq Listing Qualifications Staff on November 30, 2016 that due to the company’s non-compliance with the $35 million market value of listed securities requirement, it was subject to delisting unless it timely requests a hearing before the Nasdaq Hearings Panel. The company intends to timely request a hearing before the Panel, which request will stay any delisting action by the staff, pending the Panel’s decision. At the hearing, Apricus Biosciences will present its plan to regain compliance with the market value of listed securities or MVLS requirement within the 180-day discretionary period available to the Panel, ending May 29, 2017. In order to demonstrate compliance with the MVLS requirement, the company’s MVLS must close at $35 million or more for a minimum of 10 consecutive business days. For comments and feedback: contact firstname.lastname@example.org Interactive Charts Default Setting Please note that once you make your selection, it will apply to all future visits to NASDAQ.com. If, at any time, you are interested in reverting to our default settings, please select Default Setting above. If you have any questions or encounter any issues in changing your default settings, please email email@example.com . CLOSEX Please confirm your selection: You have selected to change your default setting for the Quote Search. This will now be your default target page; unless you change your configuration again, or you delete your cookies. Are you sure you want to change your settings?
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