Patrick AMAR

Bioinfo group, LRI, Univ. Paris Sud, CNRS UMR 8623
Synthetic & Systems Biology group, Sys2diag UMR 9005 CNRS, ALCEDIAG

History

Silicell Maker has been developed since 2012. The first published reference can be found in the Proceedings of the aDVANCES IN SYSTEMS AND SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY thematic research school, 2015, pp:63-76.

In the PhD memoir of Marc Bouffard (in french) one can find a complete description of the NetGate (logic gate finder) and NetBuild (boolean formula to metabolic network) plugins.

Silicell Maker has been used as the main tool for the research published in Molecular Systems Biology in April 2018. This article, COMPUTER-AIDED BIOCHEMICAL PROGRAMMING OF SYNTHETIC MICROREACTORS AS DIAGNOSTIC DEVICES has been selected to make the cover of the journal.    
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Quick overview

Silicell Maker is a modelling editor / simulator for biochemical network design, with a highly intuitive graphical user interface. It uses the SBGN graphical notation, and support many standard file formats (SBML, Metatool, etc.) Models can be exported to be used by various other modelling tools (HSIM, BIOCHAM, Metatool)

Click here to get an HTML version of the on-line user manual.

 

 


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