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Software

WholeCellViz

WholeCellViz is a web-based software program for visually analyzing whole-cell simulations. WholeCellViz enables users to interactively analyze many aspects of cell physiology including: Cell mass, volume, and shape, Metabolite, RNA, and protein copy numbers, Metabolic reaction fluxes, Molecular machine statuses – DNA polymerase, RNA polymerase, ribosome, FtsZ ring, and the Chromosome copy number, superhelicity, integrity, and DNA binding status. Currently, WholeCellViz provides access to cached simulations of the Gram-positive bacterium Mycoplasma genitalium.

Institution
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Stanford University
Country
United States
Author
Markus Covert, Jonathan Karr, Ruby Lee
Topic(s)
Software, visualization, biology, simulation
URL
http://www.wholecellviz.org/viz.php

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