Vyant Bio (VYNT) falls 5.12% in Light Trading on September 14

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Vyant Bio Inc (NASDAQ: VYNT), a Rutherford, New Jersey, company, fell to close at $2.41 Tuesday after losing $0.13 (5.12%) on volume of 51,901 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $2.54 to a low of $2.32 while Vyant Bio’s market cap now stands at $69,855,812.

About Vyant Bio Inc

Vyant Bio operates two wholly-owned subsidiaries, StemoniX and vivoPharm. The Company will immediately begin to execute on the integration of these two leading businesses, to converge human-powered scientific and technology-based systems and expertise with years of preclinical experience to de-risk and accelerate discovery and development of preclinical and clinical pipelines for biopharma partners as well as for the proprietary pipeline of the Company.

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