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A thorough understanding of the in vivo kinetics of microorganisms requires the analysis of different data sets and therefore needs support from different sources of genome, transcriptome, proteome and metabolome data, as well as to generate new data in the laboratory to depict cell phenotypes in...
Computational approaches to biochemistry like modeling and simulation are dependent on the availability of kinetic information. This information can either be directly derived from experimental data generated by collaborators or has to be digged up from literature, often both. More recently, data...