There is a growing set of tools available to researchers for simulating intracellular biochemical networks, but a new package from the Molecular Sciences Institute claims to have raised the bar a few notches.

The software, Moleculizer 1.0, generates reaction networks during the simulation process — a capability that other packages do not have, according to Larry Lok and Roger Brent of MSI, who published a paper on the stochastic simulation method in the January 2005 issue of Nature Biotechnology.

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