Computing chemical organizations in biological networks

  title={Computing chemical organizations in biological networks},
  author={Florian Centler and Christoph Kaleta and Pietro Speroni di Fenizio and Peter Dittrich},
  volume={24 14},
MOTIVATION Novel techniques are required to analyze computational models of intracellular processes as they increase steadily in size and complexity. The theory of chemical organizations has recently been introduced as such a technique that links the topology of biochemical reaction network models to their dynamical repertoire. The network is decomposed into algebraically closed and self-maintaining subnetworks called organizations. They form a hierarchy representing all feasible system states… CONTINUE READING
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