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this is my first question here!
I have data on a certain complex association network (from monomers 1 ... 8 to complexes of all combinations, such as, 12 ... 13 ... 18 and so on until 12345678, so that I know
the structure of the network (255 vertices) the edges of the network the concentrations of the vertices From this data I now wish to infer the preferred route(s) of assembly for those complexes - which should be the rate constants for the edges, such as 1 --> 12 or 145 --> 1458. Does that make sense? Final result should be a set of paths of length 8 starting from (1..8) ending up at (12345678).
I have now tried various standalone applications for network creation/analysis as well as R packages. Metabolic flux analysis seemed promising for me, but it turned out that it only works with set external concentrations and assumes steady-state for all metabolites within the network. Which is not the case for me. Do you know of any alternative method?
Thanks and best wishes,
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin / Max-Delbrück-Centrum Berlin
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