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This PERL library was created as a simple interface for the Kegg API, a Kyoto genome and gene encyclopedia. The library was authored by Felipe da Veiga Leprevost and has been licensed under the Perl Foundations Artistic License (2.0).
The keggrest Python library was created for use with Kegg, the Kyoto gene and genome encyclopedia, API. The library provides a basic front-end for the database. Keggrest, authored by Enrico Giampieri, is OSI approved and has a BSD license.