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DC, together with its partner SBX are developing OpenTox Garuda Gadgets to provide access to multiple sources of toxicology data socialised to systems biology and bioinformatics applications. Garuda is a connectivity and automation platform for various tools and applications (called Gadgets) developed by The Systems Biology Institute, Tokyo with custom services provided by SBX Corporation, Tokyo. The platformhosts an array of gadgets with diverse GUIs and functionalities on a connective platform. Garuda aims to be “the way biology connects”. Garuda has both a community edition with options for customized gadgets for commercial usage, and is being used both in academia and industry.

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