SimBiology, Cytoscape 2.3, Agilent Literature Search, GSnet, Integrated Microbial Genomes, Cancer Cell Map, Image-Pro Express 6.0 | GenomeWeb

The MathWorks has released SimBiology, a graphical system for simulating, modeling, and analyzing biochemical pathways. SimBiology is built on the company's Matlab engine and includes a drag-and-drop interface that allows nonprogrammers to create, edit, and view models of pathways. Biologists can simulate modeled reactions and then analyze the resulting data in SimBiology or perform custom analysis with Matlab. Commercial US pricing starts at $3,000 per seat.

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