Minimizing the number of optimizations for efficient community dynamic flux balance analysis

28 Jul 2020 Brunner James D. Chia Nicholas

Dynamic flux balance analysis uses a quasi-steady state assumption to calculate an organism's metabolic activity at each time-step of a dynamic simulation, using the well-known technique of flux balance analysis. For microbial communities, this calculation is especially costly and involves solving a linear constrained optimization problem for each member of the community at each time step... (read more)

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