Publications

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2007
Jamshidi N, Vo TD, Palsson BØ.  2007.  In silico analysis of SNPs and other high-throughput data.. Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.). 366:267-85.
Joyce AR, Palsson BØ.  2007.  Toward whole cell modeling and simulation: comprehensive functional genomics through the constraint-based approach.. Progress in drug research. Fortschritte der Arzneimittelforschung. Progrès des recherches pharmaceutiques. 64:265,267-309.
2004
Papin JA, Stelling J, Price ND, Klamt S, Schuster S, Palsson BØ.  2004.  Comparison of network-based pathway analysis methods.. Trends in biotechnology. 22(8):400-5.
Reed JL, Palsson BØ.  2004.  Genome-scale in silico models of E. coli have multiple equivalent phenotypic states: assessment of correlated reaction subsets that comprise network states.. Genome research. 14(9):1797-805.
Papin JA, Reed JL, Palsson BØ.  2004.  Hierarchical thinking in network biology: the unbiased modularization of biochemical networks.. Trends in biochemical sciences. 29(12):641-7.
Palsson BØ.  2004.  In silico biotechnology. Era of reconstruction and interrogation.. Current opinion in biotechnology. 15(1):50-1.
Papin JA, Palsson BØ.  2004.  The JAK-STAT signaling network in the human B-cell: an extreme signaling pathway analysis.. Biophysical journal. 87(1):37-46.
Herrgard MJ, Covert MW, Palsson BØ.  2004.  Reconstruction of microbial transcriptional regulatory networks.. Current opinion in biotechnology. 15(1):70-7.
Papin JA, Palsson BØ.  2004.  Topological analysis of mass-balanced signaling networks: a framework to obtain network properties including crosstalk.. Journal of theoretical biology. 227(2):283-97.
Price ND, Schellenberger J, Palsson BØ.  2004.  Uniform sampling of steady-state flux spaces: means to design experiments and to interpret enzymopathies.. Biophysical journal. 87(4):2172-86.
Wiback SJ, Mahadevan R, Palsson BØ.  2004.  Using metabolic flux data to further constrain the metabolic solution space and predict internal flux patterns: the Escherichia coli spectrum.. Biotechnology and bioengineering. 86(3):317-31.

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