NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Symyx Technologies said today that it will acquire MDL Information Systems from Elsevier for $123 million in cash.
 
Symyx, based in Santa Clara, Calif., is a provider of electronic lab notebooks as well as other scientific decision-support software. The acquisition will provide it with MDL's full suite of informatics and database tools, including its ISIS and Isentris platforms, MDL Draw, MDL Direct, the Available Chemicals Directory, and DiscoveryGate.
 

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