New Modeling Book Published

I am happy to announce the publication of my new book this March: Essentials of Biochemical Modeling. Computer models of biochemical systems are starting to play an increasingly important role in modern systems and synthetic biology. This monograph introduces students to some of the essential topics in biochemical modeling using differential equations and stochastic models. The book includes many hands-on modeling exercises and examples that illustrate many important concepts, including the stoichiometric networks, building models, running simulations, model fitting, stability of systems and multicompartment systems. Books can be ordered from Amazon or for a 40% discount directly from me (hsauro at



1, Cellular Networks
2. Kinetics in a Nutshell
3. Stoichiometric Networks
4. Introduction to Modeling
5. Differential Equation Models
6. Stochastic Models
7. How Systems Behave
8. Multicompartmental Systems
9. Fitting Models
10. Parameter Estimation
11. The Steady State
12. Stability
13. Modeling Feedforward Networks
14. Behavior of Stochastic Models

Appendix A: List of Symbols and Abbreviations
Appendix B: Useful Numbers
Appendix C: Enzyme Kinetics in a Nutshell
Appendix D: Math Fundamentals
Appendix E: Statistics Reminder
Appendix F:Modeling Standards and Databases
Appendix G: Reference to Jarnac

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