NEW YORK, Dec. 3—MDL Information Systems announced Monday that it will provide software and informatics systems for NiKem Research Srl, the medicinal chemistry spinoff of GlaxoSmithKline’s former R&D center in Milan, Italy.

NiKem will use MDL’s applications in all stages of drug discovery research, including reagent selection, assay design and biological data capture, storage and analysis, chemical data searching, and chemical registration.

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