Translated Chemical Reaction Networks

@article{Johnston2014TranslatedCR,
  title={Translated Chemical Reaction Networks},
  author={Matthew D. Johnston},
  journal={Bulletin of Mathematical Biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={76},
  pages={1081-1116}
}
  • M. Johnston
  • Published 24 May 2013
  • Computer Science
  • Bulletin of Mathematical Biology
Many biochemical and industrial applications involve complicated networks of simultaneously occurring chemical reactions. Under the assumption of mass action kinetics, the dynamics of these chemical reaction networks are governed by systems of polynomial ordinary differential equations. The steady states of these mass action systems have been analyzed via a variety of techniques, including stoichiometric network analysis, deficiency theory, and algebraic techniques (e.g., Gröbner bases). In… 
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