A Computational Approach to Steady State Correspondence of Regular and Generalized Mass Action Systems

@article{Johnston2015ACA,
  title={A Computational Approach to Steady State Correspondence of Regular and Generalized Mass Action Systems},
  author={Matthew D. Johnston},
  journal={Bulletin of Mathematical Biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={77},
  pages={1065-1100}
}
  • M. Johnston
  • Published 17 July 2014
  • Computer Science
  • Bulletin of Mathematical Biology
It has been recently observed that the dynamical properties of mass action systems arising from many models of biochemical reaction networks can be characterized by considering the corresponding properties of a related generalized mass action system. The correspondence process known as network translation in particular has been shown to be useful in characterizing a system’s steady states. In this paper, we further develop the theory of network translation with particular focus on a subclass of… 

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