RE: A model representation in SBML in which the enzyme represented as a Modifier
27 Dec '04 11:26
I think it depends how to you express the enzyme in the rate law,
consider the two examples below:
v = Vmax * S / (Km + S)
Is the Vmax a modifier or a parameter, I think I would consider it a
parameter in this case.
V = E * kcat * S / (Km + S)
In this case the enzyme concentration is explicit and I would imagine in
this case that the E symbol could be treated as a modifier.
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Subject: [sbml-discuss] A model representation in SBML in which the
enzyme represented as a Modifier
I am developing a tool to convert genesis (.g) files to SBML format. Can
some one direct me to a model representation in SBML in which the enzyme
is displayed under Reaction structure expressed as a Modifier. Most of
the examples on the SBML repository don't show enzyme as Modifiers.
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