Verici Dx plc (AIM: VRCI), a developer of advanced clinical diagnostics for organ transplant, announces a change in venue of its Annual General Meeting (‘AGM’), which will now take place at Harwood Capital, 6 Stratton Street, Mayfair, W1J 8LD on 19 May 2021 at 12.00pm.
As previously announced, the Company is providing a facility for shareholders to join the AGM either online or telephonically and there will be an opportunity for shareholders to ask questions. In order to facilitate the process, the Directors would request that shareholders register for the meeting and submit questions in advance, before 10.30 a.m. 17 May 2021.
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Shareholders are reminded that due to the UK Government restrictions on public gatherings as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic, it will not be possible for shareholders to attend the AGM in person. The Board, with this in mind and in accordance with the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020, has therefore decided that the AGM will be held as a ‘closed’ meeting with the minimum number of Directors and officers who hold shares, present, to form the necessary quorum. Regrettably, other shareholders will not be permitted to attend the meeting in person.
Copies of the Annual Report and Accounts and Notice of AGM are available on the Company’s website here:
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Verici Dx is developing and commercialising tests to understand how a patient will and is responding to organ transplant, with an initial focus on kidney transplants. The body’s own immune system poses a threat to a successful transplant or graft. Patients’ immune systems differ in how they respond to the presence of the transplanted organ, characterising this response is called immune phenotyping. Our products and solutions are underpinned by extensive scientific research into the recipient’s immune phenotype and how that impacts on acute rejection, chronic injury and ultimately failure of the transplant. These immuno-profile signatures also inform clinicians as to the optimal strategy for immunosuppressive and other therapies for the most successful treatment to ensure graft acceptance with the least amount of side effects.
The foundational research was driven by a deep understanding of cell-mediated immunity and is enabled by access to expertly curated collaborative studies in highly informative cohorts in kidney transplant.
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