Mathematical modelling is a powerful tool for the organisation and analysis of biological data. Both stoichiometric and kinetic models have been applied to the investigation of cellular metabolism in a variety of bacterial, yeast and mammalian hosts to elucidate metabolic network structure, optimise fermentation conditions and improve genetic engineering strategies among others. The current challenge is to interrelate different levels of information, from the genome to the transcriptome, the proteome and the metabolome, and experimental data from widely used high-throughput techniques to recreate a given phenotype and ultimately to make predictions about network and cellular behaviour.
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