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ODEbase: A Repository of ODE Systems for Systems Biology

  title={ODEbase: A Repository of ODE Systems for Systems Biology},
  author={Christoph L{\"u}ders and Thomas Sturm and Ovidiu Radulescu},
Recently, symbolic computation and computer algebra systems have been successfully applied in systems biology, especially in chemical reaction network theory. One advantage of symbolic computation is its potential for qualitative answers to biological questions. Qualitative methods analyze dynamical input systems as formal objects, in contrast to investigating only part of the state space, as is the case with numerical simulation. However, symbolic computation tools and libraries have a… 


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