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There have been several methods developed for the prediction of synthetic metabolic pathways leading to the production of desired chemicals. In these approaches, novel pathways were predicted based on chemical structure changes, enzymatic information, and/or reaction mechanisms, but the approaches generating a huge number of predicted results are difficult(More)
SUMMARY WebCell is a web-based environment for managing quantitative and qualitative information on cellular networks and for interactively exploring their steady-state and dynamic behaviors in response to systemic perturbations. It is designed as a user-friendly web interface, allowing users to efficiently construct, visualize, analyze and store reaction(More)
The purpose of the present study was to investigate multiple anthropometric parameters used to evaluate obesity, particularly visceral abdominal fat area, and various metabolic parameters including malondialdehyde (MDA) as an oxidative stress marker. We evaluated various measures of obesity, including body mass index (BMI), waist circumference (WC),(More)
WebCell, the integrative program for modeling and simulation of cellular networks, is based on the user-friendly Web environment. It is available at anytime, anywhere. This environment, however, has some constraints. For instance, the data format is limited. In addition, the user-interface is not really flexible. These problems can be solved with simple(More)
Various software's and computational environments have been developed as listed in the systems biology community (http://sbml.org). Nevertheless, only a handful of projects adopt the platform-independent Web-based approach which is a desirable direction for simulation research and development. To this end, we developed WebCell which is an integrated(More)
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