Genome-scale metabolic modeling of cyanbacteria : network structure, interactions, reconstruction and dynamics
Metabolic network modeling, a field of systems biology and bioengineering, enhances the quantitative predictive understanding of cellular metabolism and thereby assists in the development of model-guided metabolic engineering strategies. Metabolic models use genome-scale network reconstructions, and combine it with mathematical methods for quantitative prediction. Metabolic system reconstructions, contain information on genes, enzymes, reactions, and metabolites, and are converted into two types of networks: (i) gene-enzyme-reaction, and (ii) reaction-metabolite. The former details the links ...
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