Compucell3D and SOSLib: A Match Made in Heaven??

Update: You can download soslibPy (Python wrapper library for SOSLib) here.

What do you get when you combine the multicellular modeling capabilities of CompuCell and the SBML ODE Solver Library? Well take a look…

The following Powerpoint slides give you some idea of what’s going on.

Integrated Cellular-Subcellular Simulation PART 2

Calculation of Contact Energies PART 1

Cell Sorting Simulation 1500-2000


NOTE: This work is being done as part of an NIH-funded project with James Glazier (PI) at the Indiana University Biocomplexity Institute and the Sauro Lab at the University of Washington (Bioengineering Department).

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~ by bionetsolver on July 17, 2009.

3 Responses to “Compucell3D and SOSLib: A Match Made in Heaven??”

  1. […] ** Take a look at this simulation using CC3D and soslibPy ** […]

  2. […] mentioned in previous posts (here, here and here), has now been replaced by BionetSolver. If you want to run multicellular, multiscale simulations […]

  3. […] simulation using CompuCell3D and SOSlib. This is a more complex simulation as compared to the oscillating contact energies simulation I showed before (even if it is, perhaps, a little less visually […]

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