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libSBML

MathSBML

KEGG2SBML
Convert KEGG files into SBML

CellML2SBML
Convert CellML files into SBML

biocyc2SBML
Convert BioCyc files into SBML

BioGrid
BioGraid

BSTLab
The toolbox, BSTLab, implements functions common to BST-based studies and is designed to integrate easily into the widely used Matlab environment, automate many common tasks, and allow expansion and customization by the user. The toolbox also includes functions needed to reformulate and transport models from SBML, the emerging Systems Biology Markup Language.

CL-SBML
CL-SBML is a Common Lisp SBML Library

ecellJ
The software system ecellJ is a package for manipulating rule files for the ecell system which is used to simulate biological reaction networks. ecellJ was created by Jörg R. Weimar during a reserach stay at the Institute for Advanced Biosciences, Keio University, Japan.
 
MATLAB SBToolbox
The Systems Biology Toolbox for MATLAB offers systems biologists an open and extensible environment, in which to explore ideas, prototype and share new algorithms, and build applications for the analysis and simulation of biological systems.

Monod
Monod -- the Modeler's Notebook and Datastore.
Monod is a web-based environment supporting collaborative work by scientists studying complex biological systems.


Pathway Tools

SBMLeditor
SBMLeditor provides the ability to use the annotation framework based on RDF and dublin core dc:creator and dc:relation elements. Some functions provided by libSBML are available if the library is setup properly on the system.


SBMLR
An interface program between SBML and R. R is a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics.

SBMLToolbox
The SBMLToolbox, linking to LIBSBML, provides a set of functions that allow an SBML model to be imported into MATLAB and stored as a structure within the MATLAB environment.

SBW

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