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Stoichiometric modelling (SM) of microbial metabolism


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4th November 2014

Organisers: Kalesh Sasidharan (Warwick) and Orkun Soyer (Warwick)

Workshop Theme

The main objective of this meeting is to have open discussions focusing on (i) the developments and limitations on FBA and similar approaches, (ii) the application of SM to microbial communities, and (iii) the standardisation and sharing of genome level SM models (so to facilitate ii).

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