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INDRA is developed by indralabs, a part of the Harvard Medical School Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology.This project, indra_db, is also developed by the indralab team. For more information on how we procure our sources, you can go here. This work was funded by ARO grant W911NF‐15‐1‐0544 under the DARPA Communicating with Computers program.
INDRA allows us to combine the results from a multitude of sources. In particular, the INDRA Database draws on the following...