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Volume 2   Issue 1   Year 2007
Nazipova N.N., Elkin Yu.E., Panjukov V.V., Drozdov-Tikhomirov L.N.

Rate Calculation for Metabolic Reactions in a Living and Growing Cell by the Method of Steady-State Stoichiometric Flux Balance

Mathematical Biology & Bioinformatics. 2007;2(1):98-119.

doi: 10.17537/2007.2.98.

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