Registry of Standard Biological Models

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|align="center"|'''Talk to us at''' - [[BioSysBio:abstracts/2007/Vincent_Rouilly | '''BioSysBio 2007''']], [[Registry of Standard Biological Models/Presentation | '''iGEM Jamboree Workshop 2007''']]  
|align="center"|'''Talk to us at''' - [[BioSysBio:abstracts/2007/Vincent_Rouilly | '''BioSysBio 2007''']], [ SB3.0], and [[Registry of Standard Biological Models/Presentation | '''iGEM Jamboree Workshop 2007''']]  

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A collection of models of biological parts that can be freely reused and composed with each other to produce more complex models. A draft implementation of the registry is underway and collaborators are being sought.
Talk to us at - BioSysBio 2007, SB3.0, and iGEM Jamboree Workshop 2007
  • To contribute to the Open Source Synthetic Biology effort.
  • To store, curate and support models related to physical Biobricks.
  • To drive and guide the experimental characterization of BioBricks.
  • To enable the reuse of modular part models.
  • To provide a forum for modelers to contribute to the BioBricks effort.
  • Planning the architecture of a registry of standard biological models.
  • Building a collection of standard biological models.
  • Define a modeling description language that is:
    • Machine readable
    • Capable of describing gene expression networks
    • Modular (standardized defined inputs/ouputs)
    • Hierarchical (models are composable)
    • Capable of describing models that can be related to experimental data.

Recent edits:

  • See this page for a draft implementation.
  • See this page for a draft on model implementations following CellML 1.1.
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