Re: Handwritten sbml model. Please look.
07 Mar '07 07:40
On Tue, 06 Mar 2007 06:02:21 -0800 (PST)
Delboy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi thanks for the replys everyone.
> Hello shoops. That method of removing the reactions all together is
> very interesting, can most models be represented in alternate forms
> like that?
If you are interested in non structured deterministic modelling like
integration or steady state analysis it always suffices to present the
model as ODEs. In your example that is probably your intend, however in
most cases in systems biology it is advantages to look at a reaction
network and let the software tool do the required interpretation.
I created the SBML models with the help of COPASI (www.copasi.org) and
some minor editing. For a complete list of SBML supporting tools
please have a look at www.sbml.org
Stefan Hoops, Ph.D.
Senior Project Associate
Virginia Bioinformatics Institute - 0477
Bioinformatics Facility I
Blacksburg, Va 24061, USA
Phone: (540) 231-1799
Fax: (540) 231-2606
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