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Chemistry Firms Still Second Fiddle in Biology-Chemistry Mergers

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With a scarcity of well-trained chemists and exponentially increasing numbers of genomics-generated targets contributing to an already bulging lead identification/optimization bottleneck, medicinal chemistry capabilities are at a premium. Nonetheless, when it comes to market valuations, biology companies still come out on top. And Celera's recent acquisition of Axys, along with Lexicon Genetics purchase of Coelacanth help prove the point.

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