Integrated dynamic FBA (idFBA)

General concept

idFBA dynamically simulates cellular phenotypes using an integrated network of signaling, metabolism (FBA) and transcription regulation (rFBA). For fast reactions, this approach assumes quasi-steady-state conditions, while slower reactions are used in a time-delayed manner.

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Applications of interest

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Relevant references

Lee, et al.

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