FAME, the Flux Analysis and Modeling Environment

@inproceedings{Boele2011FAMETF,
  title={FAME, the Flux Analysis and Modeling Environment},
  author={Joost Boele and Brett G. Olivier and Bas Teusink},
  booktitle={BMC Systems Biology},
  year={2011}
}
  • Joost Boele, Brett G. Olivier, Bas Teusink
  • Published in BMC Systems Biology 2011
  • Medicine, Computer Science
  • BackgroundThe creation and modification of genome-scale metabolic models is a task that requires specialized software tools. While these are available, subsequently running or visualizing a model often relies on disjoint code, which adds additional actions to the analysis routine and, in our experience, renders these applications suboptimal for routine use by (systems) biologists.ResultsThe Flux Analysis and Modeling Environment (FAME) is the first web-based modeling tool that combines the… CONTINUE READING

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