Setting Parameters for Biological Models With ANIMO

  title={Setting Parameters for Biological Models With ANIMO},
  author={Stefano Schivo and Jetse Scholma and Marcel Karperien and Janine N. Post and Jaco van de Pol and Rom Langerak},
ANIMO (Analysis of Networks with Interactive MOdeling) is a software for modeling biological networks, such as e.g. signaling, metabolic or gene networks. An ANIMO model is essentially the sum of a network topology and a number of interaction parameters. The topology describes the interactions between biological entities in form of a graph, while the parameters determine the speed of occurrence of such interactions. When a mismatch is observed between the behavior of an ANIMO model and… CONTINUE READING
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