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Publications by Athel Cornish-Bowden

This page lists the publications of Athel Cornish-Bowden on metabolic simulation (1991–present).

I: Metabolic Simulation

I1. A. Cornish-Bowden & J.-H. S. Hofmeyr (1991) MetaModel: a program for modelling and control analysis of metabolic pathways on the IBM PC and compatibles Comp. Appl. Biosci. 7, 89–93 [Description of MetaModel] [ Download PDF ]

I2. A. Cornish-Bowden, J.-H. S. Hofmeyr & M. L. Cárdenas (1995) Strategies for manipulating metabolic fluxes in biotechnology Bioorg. Chem. 23, 439–449 [ Download PDF ]

I3. J.-H. S. Hofmeyr & A. Cornish-Bowden (1997) The reversible Hill equation: How to incorporate cooperative enzymes into metabolic models Comp. Appl. Biosci. 13, 377–385 [ Download PDF ]

I4. A. Cornish-Bowden & R. Eisenthal (1997) Prospects for pharmacological manipulation of metabolism, pp. 215–224 in New Beer in an Old Bottle: Eduard Buchner and the Growth of Biochemical Knowledge (ed. A. Cornish-Bowden), Universitat de València, Valencia, Spain [ Download PDF ]

I5. R. Eisenthal & A. Cornish-Bowden (1998) Prospects for antiparasitic drugs: the case of Trypanosoma brucei, the causative agent of African sleeping sickness, J. Biol. Chem. 273, 5500–5505 [ Download PDF ]

I6. A. Cornish-Bowden & R. Eisenthal (2000) Computer simulation as a tool for studying metabolism and drug design, pp. 165–172 in Technological and Medical Implications of Metabolic Control Analysis (ed. A. Cornish-Bowden & M. L. Cárdenas), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands [ Download PDF ]

I7. A. Cornish-Bowden & M. L. Cárdenas (2000) Irreversible Reactions in Metabolic Simulations: how Reversible is Irreversible? in Animating the Cellular Map (ed. J.-H. S. Hofmeyr, J. M. Rohwer & J. L. Snoep) Stellenbosch University Press, Stellenbosch, South Africa, pp. 65–71 [Text in full]

I8. A. Cornish-Bowden & M. L. Cárdenas (2001) Information transfer in metabolic pathways: effects of irreversible steps in computer models, Eur. J. Biochem. 268, 6616–6624 [ Download PDF ]

I9. M. Hucka, A. Finney, H. M. Sauro, H. Bolouri, J. C. Doyle, H. Kitano, A. P. Arkin, B. J. Bornstein, D. Bray, A. Cornish-Bowden, A. A. Cuellar, S. Dronov, E. D. Gilles, M. Ginkel, V. Gor, I. I. Goryanin, W. J. Hedley, T. C. Hodgman, J.-H. Hofmeyr, P. J. Hunter, N. S. Juty, J. L. Kasberger, A. Kremling, U. Kummer, N. Le Novère, L. M. Loew, D. Lucio, P. Mendes, E. Minch, E. D. Mjolsness, Y. Nakayama, M. R. Nelson, P. F. Nielsen, T. Sakurada, J. C. Schaff, B. E. Shapiro, T. S. Shimizu, H. D. Spence, J. Stelling, K. Takahashi, M. Tomita, J. Wagner & J. Wang (2003) The systems biology markup language (SBML): a medium for representation and exchange of biochemical network models Bioinformatics 19, 524–531 [ Download PDF ] [1782 citations in total; 97.9 per year between 104.8 and 2020; among the 0.3% most cited papers in this journal]

I10. A. Cornish-Bowden & M. L. Cárdenas (2005) Handling equilibrium processes embedded in metabolic systems in The Chemical Theatre of Biological Systems (ed. M. G. Hicks & C. Kettner) Beilstein Institute, Frankfurt, pp. 185–195 [ Download PDF ]

I11. G. Curien, O. Bastien, M. Robert-Genthon, A. Cornish-Bowden, M. L. Cárdenas & R. Dumas (2009) Understanding regulation of aspartate metabolism with a model based on measured kinetic parameters Mol. Syst. Biol. 5, 271 [ Download PDF ] Supplementary data [ Download PDF ] [ DOI link ] 10.1038/msb.2009.29 [88 citations in total; 8.0 per year between 2009 and 2020]

I12. G. Curien, R. Dumas, A. Cornish-Bowden & M. L. Cárdenas (2010) Different contributions of the various isoenzymes to the flux in the aspartate-derived amino acid pathway in Arabidopsis thaliana in Experimental Standard Conditions of Enzyme Characterizations III (ed. M. G. Hicks & C. Kettner) Beilstein Institute, Frankfurt, pp. 107–121 [ Download PDF ]

I13. G. Curien, M. L. Cárdenas & A. Cornish-Bowden (2014) Analytical kinetic modelling – a practical procedure in Methods in Molecular Biology (ed. M. Dieuaide-Noubhani & A. P. Alonso) 1090, 261–280