InhibOx, an Oxford, UK-based drug discovery service provider, said last week that it is teaming up with the non-profit Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre in order to offer computer-aided drug discovery services.

The partners said they plan to offer customers a range of computational drug design services, including receptor site modeling, lead identification, lead optimization, ADME property prediction, and formulation modeling.

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