Arabidopsis_clock_extend - PLM_6, version 2

The first version of the model corresponds to the one published in Pokhilko et al Mol Syst Biol 2010, which is also presented on the Mol. Syst. Biol. website and was submitted to the Biomodels database. Note: minor errors in published supplementary information are  documented in a file attached to version 1; the published SBML files are correct.	The second version has some names slightly modified for compatibility with <a href="http://www.sbsi.ed.ac.uk">the SBSI platform</a>. Both first and second versions have values of  "dawn" fixed to 0 and "dusk" to 12 in the light function.	The third version has parameters "dawn" and "dusk" in equation for light function, which allows to simulate various photoperiods by changing parameter "dusk".<br><br><strong>Comments</strong><p>
The model is accepted for publication in Mol. Syst. Biol. 2010: "Data assimilation constrains new connections and components in a complex, eukaryotic circadian clock model", A. Pokhilko, S. K. Hodge, K. Stratford, K. Knox, K. D. Edwards, A. W. Thomson, T. Mizuno,  A. J. Millar. The simplified and detailed schemes of the reactions are shown in Supplementary files.</p>

2010-07-26 18:11:03 21 apokhilk sashapokh@gmail.com

Version Comments

this is the latest version of the model, which was sligthly modified compared to the Biomodels database version (accession number MODEL1007240000) to allow users to use SBSI platform



Originally submitted to PLaSMo on 2010-05-04 11:20:49

SEEK ID: https://fairdomhub.org/assays/836

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Projects: PlaSMo model repository

Investigation: Pokhilko, Alexandra

Study: Arabidopsis_clock_extend - PLM_6

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Biological problem addressed: Gene Regulatory Network

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