TIGER: Toolbox for Integrating Genome-scale metabolism, Expression, and Regulation

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April 6, 2012    Version 1.2.0-beta has been released, with a focus on performance increases.    Read more

TIGER is a software platform for building and analyzing genome-scale models of metabolism. TIGER provides methods for combining gene-protein-reaction associations, transcriptional regulation, and other biological constraints into a single mixed-integer linear programming (MILP) framework. TIGER allows users to:

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TIGER is maintained by the Computational Systems Biology Laboratory, Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Virginia.