Team:UNAM-Genomics Mexico/Modeling


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So, here goes the Model!


So having Simbiolgy, we decided to model our interfaces using it's deterministic solvers. Some results are here:

UNAM-Genomics Mexico Blue emission phot.jpg

UNAM-Genomics Mexico Blue emission phots.jpg

UNAM-Genomics Mexico Blue reception Pops.jpg

UNAM-Genomics Mexico Green emission phots.jpg

UNAM-Genomics Mexico Green receptor Pop.jpg

UNAM-Genomics Mexico Miracle.jpg

We chose to simulate the flux of output given a determined input. So we have for a wide range of inputs, the resultant outputs in a time manner.


Also, having the Kappa binaries, we decided to model the system using Kappa as a stochastic modeling platform. Some preliminary results would be here if the Server didn't have an unexplainable aversion for .7z, .rar, or indigestion for .zip As soon as the Server decides to tolerate our files, we will upload them. In the mean time, here's a sample graph.

UNAM-Genomics Mexico Blue Receptor Kappa.jpg

This graphs plots the PopS output of our Blue Receptor (lovTAP). The system begins in dark state, and at a given time (you can guess which one), there's a photon influx. This graph is however in arbitrary units. We wanted to make a more useful characterization, but these simulations required some extreme computing time. Should we finish them, we will upload them.

Neural Network

In Training... Having over a million data to map, our Levenberg-Marquandt algorithm is taking longer than expected.



iGEM is the International Genetically Engineered Machines Competition, held each year at MIT and organized with support of the Parts Registry. See more here.

Synthetic Biology

This is defined as attempting to manipulate living objects as if they were man-made machines, specifically in terms of genetic engineering. See more here.


We are students on the Genomic Sciences program at the Center for Genomic Sciences of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, campus Morelos. See more here.

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