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Oxford Molecular Buys Software Tool Developer


OXFORD, UK--Oxford Molecular Group here acquired international software tool developer Chemical Design and its Chem-X software to increase Oxford's product offerings in chemoinformatics, molecular design, and combinatorial chemistry. Chem-X used by some companies in combination with Oxford's RS3 Discovery product, is licensed to over 700 users worldwide on Windows NT and Unix platforms. Oxford Molecular also said it plans to tailor Chem-X and RS3 Discovery to provide more flexible systems and to leverage the combination of technologies. The acquisition will extend the company's capabilities in the areas of library registration, robotics integration, and library design.

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