Details of model E. coli core
Model name: E. coli core
Number of reactions: 95
Number of metabolites: 72
Number of genes: 0
Author(s): Orth J, Fleming R, Palsson B
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Description: The core E. coli model is a small-scale model that can be used for educational purposes. It is meant to be used by senior undergraduate and first-year graduate students learning about constraint-based modeling and systems biology. This model has enough reactions and pathways to enable interesting and insightful calculations, but it is also simple enough that the results of such calculations can be understood easily.