Tabular interface designed to easily create
and simulate models, inspired by biological thinking
COSBI LAB Model is a new, rule-based modeling tool for biological systems, in which interactions between components are specified by using an intelligible, narrative language.
Simple, tabular interface designed for non-experts (no programming or special mathematical skills required)
Design biological interactions with different levels of abstraction
Integrated, stochastic simulation engine for in silico experiments
Sensitivity analysis on kinetic parameters
Integrated visualization tools like Plot, Plot Matrix and Graph
HOW TO CITE AND REFERENCES
M.L. Guerriero, J. Heath and C. Priami. An automatedtranslation from a narrative language for biological modelling into process algebra. Proceedings of CMSB07, LNBI 4695, 136-151, Springer, 2007.
M.L. Guerriero, A. Dudka, N. Underhill-Day, J.K. Heath, C. Priami. Narrative-based computational modelling of the Gp130/JAK/STAT signalling pathway. BMC Systems Biology, 3:40, 2009.
C. Priami, P. Ballarini and P. Quaglia BlenX4Bio: BlenX for Biologists. Proceedings of CMSB09, LNBI 5688, Springer, 2009.
C. Priami, “Algorithmic systems biology”, Communications of the ACM, vol. 52, issue 5, May 2009.
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