Stochastic simulation of chemical kinetics.

@article{Gillespie2007StochasticSO,
  title={Stochastic simulation of chemical kinetics.},
  author={Daniel T. Gillespie},
  journal={Annual review of physical chemistry},
  year={2007},
  volume={58},
  pages={
          35-55
        }
}
  • D. Gillespie
  • Published 12 April 2007
  • Chemistry
  • Annual review of physical chemistry
Stochastic chemical kinetics describes the time evolution of a well-stirred chemically reacting system in a way that takes into account the fact that molecules come in whole numbers and exhibit some degree of randomness in their dynamical behavior. Researchers are increasingly using this approach to chemical kinetics in the analysis of cellular systems in biology, where the small molecular populations of only a few reactant species can lead to deviations from the predictions of the… 

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