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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : GMA / Generalized Mass Action

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2014 A U-system approach for predicting metabolic behaviors and responses based on an alleged metabolic reaction network. BST
2012 Ensemble kinetic modeling of metabolic networks from dynamic metabolic profiles. ---
2012 Identifying the preferred subset of enzymatic profiles in nonlinear kinetic metabolic models via multiobjective global optimization and Pareto filters. ---
2012 Incremental parameter estimation of kinetic metabolic network models. ODE
2011 Steady-state global optimization of metabolic non-linear dynamic models through recasting into power-law canonical models. SC
2010 Flux duality in nonlinear GMA systems: implications for metabolic engineering. BST
2009 Identifying quantitative operation principles in metabolic pathways: a systematic method for searching feasible enzyme activity patterns leading to cellular adaptive responses. MILP, NLP
2008 Yield optimization of regulated metabolic systems using deterministic branch-and-reduce methods. MINLP
2007 Coordination of the dynamics of yeast sphingolipid metabolism during the diauxic shift. ---
10  2007 Optimization of biotechnological systems through geometric programming. IOM
11  2006 Identification of metabolic system parameters using global optimization methods. ---
12  2005 Computation and analysis of time-dependent sensitivities in Generalized Mass Action systems. BST, MAP
13  2003 Optimization of biochemical systems by linear programming and general mass action model representations. IOM
14  2000 Power-law modeling based on least-squares criteria: consequences for system analysis and simulation. LS
15  1998 Mathematical models of purine metabolism in man. CMM