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Smallest Chemical Reactions Systems that is Bistable

A while back Thomas Wilhelm, published a paper that described the smallest chemical network that could display bistability. The paper that describes this result is: Wilhelm, T. (2009). The smallest chemical reaction system with bistability. BMC systems biology, 3(1), 90. … Continue reading

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Smallest Chemical Reaction System with Hopf Bifurcation

A while back Wilhelm, and Heinrich published a paper that described the smallest chemical network that could display a Hopf bifurcation. That is, the chemical species oscillated. The paper that describes this result is: Wilhelm, Thomas, and Reinhart Heinrich. “Smallest … Continue reading

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Plotting Bar graph of Species Concentations in Tellurium

I had a model with 27 flaoting species and I wanted to plot the steady state concentrations on a histogram where the labels were the names of the different species. Here is a general purpose script that will do that: … Continue reading

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