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PK-Sim and Mobi now opensource

An interesting evolution in the software landscape for PBPK simulation: the Bayer PBPK software suite has now been released as open-source software under GPLv2. See http://www.systems-biology.com/sb/ for more information. Version v7.0.0 is available for download here: https://github.com/Open-Systems-Pharmacology/Suite/releases/download/v7.0.0/OSPSuite-Full.7.0.0.exe

Until recently, Bayer offered software products (Computational Systems Biology Suite including PK-Sim and MoBi) and consultancy services for pharmaceutical research and development projects. The consultancy services have been discontinued following Bayer's new setup as an integrated life sciences company.

The software platform is now developed as an open source project by the Open Systems Pharmacology community. The tools are available under Gnu Public License.  The latest release can be found here.

We invite everyone in the field of Systems Pharmacology, be it in academia, industry or regulatory bodies, to use the platform. Active participation of computer and modeling & simulation scientists in the further development of the modeling & simulation platform, the incorporated systems models, processes for their qualification and application etc. is encouraged and highly welcome! Please follow the community’s activities at www.open-systems-pharmacology.org.

Bayer AG is organizing a training session for this software at PAGE 2017: http://www.systems-biology.com/workshop-page-2017-registration/

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