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CRAFT and METIS

The Chemical Reactivity and Fate Tool (CRAFT) is a user-friendly open-source application that allows the user to evaluate the chemical reactivity, persistence, biodegradation and fate of chemical compounds in the environment. The Metabolic Information Input System Editor (METIS) is a user-friendly open-source application designed for the storage and input of information on metabolic pathways and degradation reactions in the database employed by CRAFT software. CRAFT and METIS were developed by Molecular Networks GmbH (Erlangen, Germany) under the terms of JRC contracts.

CRAFT can be downloaded here from Molecular Networks.

METIS can be downloaded here from Molecular Networks.

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Copyright and Disclaimer Notice for CRAFT

CRAFT version 1.0 is open source software licensed under the terms of the Lesser GPL Version 2.1. You may not use this work except in compliance with this Licence. We request that proper credit is given to the copyright and authorship for CRAFT. This includes adding the following copyright notice to the beginning of your source code files, and to any copyright notice that you may distribute with programs based on this work:

Developed by Molecular Networks GmbH on behalf of the Joint Research Centre (JRC). Copyright European Union (2008).

The CRAFT tool is made available as a service to the worldwide scientific and regulatory communities. The JRC provides no technical support, warranties or remedies for this software. It does not imply any endorsement or acceptance by the JRC or by the European Union of the algorithms encoded in the software. The European Union shall not be liable to the User or any third party for any direct or indirect, special, incidental, punitive, cover or consequential damages, arising out of the use of, or inability to use, CRAFT version 1.0.

Copyright and Disclaimer Notice for METIS

The METIS Editor version 1.0 is open source software licensed under the terms of the EUPL licence version 1.1 only. You may not use this work except in compliance with this Licence. The file license.txt in the installation directory contains the Licence text. For more details, please consult the web-site of IDABC - European Union Public Licence - EUPL v.1.1 .
The METIS Editor version 1.0 employs also a graphical reaction editor module based on MOSES, a proprietary chemoinformatics system developed earlier by Molecular Networks GmbH. The MOSES
system, its modules and MOSES.ReactionEditorEmbedded co-distributed with METIS are licensed for the use in conjunction with METIS software only. The detailed license information is included and can be found in the file license.txt in the METIS installation directory.


We request that proper credit is given to the copyright and authorship for METIS. This includes adding the following copyright notice to the beginning of your source code files, and to any copyright notice that you may distribute with programs based on this work:


Developed by Molecular Networks GmbH on behalf of the Joint Research Centre (JRC). Copyright European Union (2010).


The METIS Editor tool is made available as a service to the worldwide scientific and regulatory communities. The JRC provides no technical support, warranties or remedies for this software. It does not imply any endorsement or acceptance by the JRC or by the European Union of the algorithms encoded in the software. The European Union shall not be liable to the User or any third party for any direct or indirect, special, incidental, punitive, cover or consequential damages, arising out of the use of, or inability to use, the METIS Editor 1.0.