Re: AMBER: enzyme kinetics in silico

From: Suxin Zheng <>
Date: Thu, 4 Jan 2007 09:54:47 -0800

I am interested in it. What's the theory basis and has it been
published? How you realize it.
On Jan 4, 2007, at 9:24 AM, Sean Rathlef wrote:

> Greetings simulation enthusiasts:
> Our group is nearing completion of a beta platform which will
> enable users to model enzyme kinetics constants (Km, Vmax, Ki, etc)
> on a computer as opposed to in the laboratory. It is the first
> such process of its kind, and can be used to model elasticity
> coefficients for metabolic control analysis (MCA). In knowing that
> access to kinetic data can be a limiting factor in the generation
> of models, I thought I would post this memo FYI.
> At present, we are seeking to identify prospective users for this
> technology. The methods will be included in an intuitive
> interface, whereby users will be able to model their enzymes and
> generate their kinetic data using a predefined set of software
> methods. Again, this is the first such platform of its kind, and
> we are hoping that the beta will be available for evaluation in a
> few weeks time.
> If any of you are interested in hearing more, or would like to be
> included on our list of future evaluators, please send me an email
> with your contact information to
> Thanks in advance, and we look forward to hearing from you soon.
> Sean Rathlef
> Managing Director
> Syncitium Inc

Suxin Zheng
Research Associate, Varani Group
Box 351700
Department of Chemistry, University of Washington
Seattle, WA, 98195-1700

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