NEW YORK, July 3 – Inpharmatica has received 31.25 million pounds ($43.9 million) in second round institutional funding, the company announced Tuesday. 

Inpharmatica, based in London, received funds from the European company Dresdner Kleinwort Capital, Abingworth Management of London, Glide Investment in The Netherlands, and Vertex Management in Singapore. Inpharmatica is now worth approximately 56 million pounds, according to the company.

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