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Mycoplasma genitalium whole-cell model http://www.wholecell.org
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This package provides the M. genitalium whole-cell knowledge base and simulation. The script install.php installs the knowledge base and simulation, including configuring the whole-cell model code for a Rocks Linux cluster. See install.php for installation instructions. Obtaining the knowledge, model, and simulation results ================================================================================= All of the code, training data, and results of the whole-cell study are freely available at simtk.org/home/wholecell. All of the code, training data, and results are released under the MIT license. See license.txt for further information. About the M. genitalium Whole-Cell Model & Knowledge Base ================================================================================= Please see the following manuscript and its accompanying supplementary information for information about the construction of the whole-cell model. Karr JR, Sanghvi JC, Macklin DN, Gutschow MV, Jacobs JM, Bolival B, Assad-Garcia N, Glass JI, Covert MW. A Whole-Cell Computational Model Predicts Phenotype from Genotype. In submission (2012). User Support ================================================================================= Please contact the authors for help installing and/or using this software. See wholecell.stanford.edu for contact information. Development Team ================================================================================= The M. genitalium whole cell model and knowledge base were developed at Stanford University by - Jonathan Karr, Graduate Student in Biophysics - Jayodita Sanghvi, Graduate Student in Bioengineering - Derek Macklin, Graduate Student in Bioengineering - Jared Jacobs, Software Engineer - Markus Covert, Assistant Professor of Bioengineering