CellLine is a simulator of the dynamics of gene regulatory networks (GRN) in the cells of a lineage. From user-defined reactions and initial substance quantities, it generates cell lineages, i.e. genealogic pedigrees of cells related through mitotic division. Each cell’s dynamics is driven by a delayed stochastic simulation algorithm (delayed SSA), allowing multiple time delayed reactions.
Andre S. Ribeiro , Daniel A. Charlebois and Jason Lloyd-Price
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Andre S. Ribeiro, Daniel A. Charlebois, Jason Lloyd-Price,
“CellLine, a stochastic cell lineage simulator“,
Bioinformatics, (accepted), Sept. 2007.