NEW YORK, July 19 – Lion Bioscience said Thursday it would license software from MDL Information Systems, a developer of chemistry-based software, in order develop new applications that could then be integrated with MDL’s products.

The deal is designed to help Lion of Heidelberg, Germany to offer products across the entire life science research and development process. 

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