expa

expa: a program for calculating extreme pathways in biochemical reaction networks. Summary: The set of extreme pathways, a generating set for all possible steady-state flux maps in a biochemical reaction network, can be computed from the stoichiometric matrix, an incidence-like matrix reflecting the network topology. Here, we describe the implementation of a well-known algorithm to compute these pathways and give a summary of the features of the available software. Availability: The C-code, along with a Windows executable and sample network reaction files, are available at http://systemsbiology.ucsd.edu

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  1. Díaz-Alvarado, Felipe A.; Miranda-Pérez, Jenny; Grossmann, Ignacio E.: Search for reaction pathways with P-graphs and reaction blocks: methanation of carbon dioxide with hydrogen (2018)
  2. Hala, D.; Cullen, J. A.; Hernout, B.; Ivanov, I.: \textitInsilico predicted transcriptional regulatory control of steroidogenesis in spawning female fathead minnows (\textitPimephalespromelas) (2018)
  3. Hoppe, Andreas; Hoffmann, Sabrina; Gerasch, Andreas; Gille, Christoph; Holzhütter, Hermann-Georg: FASIMU: flexible software for flux-balance computation series in large metabolic networks (2011) ioport