Kinetic Modelling with the Systems Biology Modelling Environment SyBME

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doi doi:10.2390/biecoll-jib-2006-18
submission December 06, 2005
published January 10, 2006

Björn H. Junker, Dirk Koschützki and Falk Schreiber

Correspondence should be addressed to:
Dirk Koschützki
Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research, Corrensstr. 3, 06466 Gatersleben, Germany


Kinetic modelling and simulation is an important approach in systems biology. While the focus of current modelling tools is on simulation, model development is a highly iterative process which is currently only partly supported. To support the development of biochemical models, their simulation, and graphical understanding, we designed and implemented SyBME, the Systems Biology Modelling Environment. Here we present the architecture and the main components of SyBME and show its use by modelling sucrose breakdown in developing potato tubers.


B. H. Junker, D. Koschutzki and F. Schreiber. Kinetic Modelling with the Systems Biology Modelling Environment SyBME. Journal of Integrative Bioinformatics, 3(1):18, 2006. Online Journal:
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