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Cellect to voluntarily delist shares from Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange

Cellect Biotechnology Ltd. said its board decided to voluntarily delist its ordinary shares from the Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange, expected to be effective Sept. 4.

Cellect previously announced its intention to file a petition with the Israeli court to delist its shares from the Israeli-based exchange.

The company's shares will continue trading on the exchange until a date of delisting is announced.

Cellect's American depositary shares will continue trading on the Nasdaq after its delisting from the Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange.