> Since the rate Law is a function of PyrI, PyrM, HM, HI and E
> [rate-Law(PyrI, HM, PyrM, HI, E)],which of the followings would be the
> right way to wirte a SBML?
> kineticLaw = rate-Law(PyrI, HM, PyrM, HI, E)*VM -- (1)
> kineticLaw = rate-Law(PyrI*CF, HM, PyrM, HI*CF, E)*VM -- (2)
Forget SBML for a minute. What is your famous rate-law that relate the
concentrations of reactants on different compartment?
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