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==General==
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==Lectin Database==
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===Lectin Database===
The lectin databased contains structure and sequence information on plant lectins. The database has been completely manually annotated. It is available at http://nscdb.bic.physics.iisc.ernet.in/.
The lectin databased contains structure and sequence information on plant lectins. The database has been completely manually annotated. It is available at http://nscdb.bic.physics.iisc.ernet.in/.
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==HBPRINT==
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==DLRS==
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===DLRS===
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==Pathway Analyser==
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===Pathway Analyser===
PathwayAnalyser (PA) is a tool for systems biologists for analysis of metabolic pathways, particularly by Flux Balance Analysis and ODE simulation. PA interfaces with the GNU Linear Programming Toolkit (GLPK) for linear programming, as well as with Taylor for performing high precision simulations (e.g. using GMP). It can give a comprehensive report on gene deletions from the Systems Biology Markup Language (SBML) Model input. It is currently a command-line tool but a GUI may be added soon.
PathwayAnalyser (PA) is a tool for systems biologists for analysis of metabolic pathways, particularly by Flux Balance Analysis and ODE simulation. PA interfaces with the GNU Linear Programming Toolkit (GLPK) for linear programming, as well as with Taylor for performing high precision simulations (e.g. using GMP). It can give a comprehensive report on gene deletions from the Systems Biology Markup Language (SBML) Model input. It is currently a command-line tool but a GUI may be added soon.
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It is written in C++ and uses libSBML and GLPK. PA is meant for linux (excl. cygwin at the moment) but it is planned that it will be usable in all platforms.
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It is written in C++ and uses libSBML and GLPK. PA is meant for linux (excl. cygwin at the moment) but it is planned that it will be usable in all platforms. More details can be found on the [[Chandra:Software and Databases:PathwayAnalyser|PathwayAnalyser Project Page]].
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==Genetic Algorithm for studying T-cell recognition==
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===Genetic Algorithm for studying T-cell recognition===
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General

Lectin Database

The lectin databased contains structure and sequence information on plant lectins. The database has been completely manually annotated. It is available at http://nscdb.bic.physics.iisc.ernet.in/.

Structural bioinformatics

HBPRINT

DLRS

More information soon...


Systems biology

Pathway Analyser

PathwayAnalyser (PA) is a tool for systems biologists for analysis of metabolic pathways, particularly by Flux Balance Analysis and ODE simulation. PA interfaces with the GNU Linear Programming Toolkit (GLPK) for linear programming, as well as with Taylor for performing high precision simulations (e.g. using GMP). It can give a comprehensive report on gene deletions from the Systems Biology Markup Language (SBML) Model input. It is currently a command-line tool but a GUI may be added soon.

It is written in C++ and uses libSBML and GLPK. PA is meant for linux (excl. cygwin at the moment) but it is planned that it will be usable in all platforms. More details can be found on the PathwayAnalyser Project Page.

Immunology

Genetic Algorithm for studying T-cell recognition

More information soon...

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