NEW YORK, Sept 6 - Pharmacopeia (Nasdaq: PCOP) said Wednesday it had completed the acquisition of the software subsidiaries of Oxford Molecular Group of Oxford, UK.

The deal, which was valued at about $27 million, including cash and the assumption of certain liabilities, includes Oxford’s GCG bioinformatics software line and its RS3 cheminformatics products.

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