Re: Rate Law Problem
20 Apr '06 03:21
> Still feel confusing here. Do you mean I dissociate the reaction into the following two reactions?
> PyrI <-> PyrM
> HM <-> HI
> The reaction mechanism of the origianl reaction is Rapid Equilibrium Random Bi Bi, so the rate equation is a function of PyrI, PyrM, HM, HI and E. After the dissociation, how to use the rate equation then?
This is not an SBML problem, but a modelling problem. How did-you want
to write the rate-equation? How did-you intend to take into account
the different volumes of the two compartments?
One possibility I encountered is actually to model only one
compartment and to use a corrective factor in the rate-law for the
adequate species that represent the ratio of the size of the real
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