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We provide better bioinformatics solutions to the biotech industry. Giving rise and training multidisciplinary teams with competence in the healthcare and life sciences universe.
Toyoko bridges the gap between life science professionals and software developers. We bring to the table more than 10 years of experience in both professional software development and bioinformatic research.
We provide custom solutions to solve bioinformatic problems tailored for each budget. From one week discovery process to a multi-disciplinary full featured complex discovery pipeline involving software development and data processing.
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