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DuPont/Nova

Executive Summary

DuPont Medical Products signs five-year agreement with receptor R&D firm Nova Pharmaceutical covering development and marketing of products for the molecular screening of chemical compounds for biological activity. Using its NovaScreen technology, Nova will develop and test products for DuPont, which will receive manufacturing and marketing rights. The first products will be kits for performing receptor binding assays. Nova also has drug screening pacts with Sterling and NIH as well as with several Japanese firms.

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