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......@@ -15,13 +15,11 @@ Construct a model with a structure given by sMOMENT algorithm; returns a
- `reaction_isozymes` parameter is a function that returns a single
[`Isozyme`](@ref) for each reaction, or `nothing` if the reaction is not
enzymatic. If the reaction has multiple isozymes, use
[`smoment_isozyme_score`](@ref) to select the "best" one, as recommended by
the sMOMENT approach.
[`smoment_isozyme_speed`](@ref) to select the fastest one, as recommended by
the sMOMENT paper.
- `gene_product_molar_mass` parameter is a function that returns a molar mass
of each gene product (relative to `total_enzyme_capacity` and the specified
kcats), as specified by sMOMENT.
- `total_enzyme_capacity` is the maximum "enzyme capacity" consumption in the
model.
of each gene product as specified by sMOMENT.
- `total_enzyme_capacity` is the maximum "enzyme capacity" in the model.
Alternatively, all function arguments also accept dictionaries that are used to
provide the same data lookup.
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......@@ -36,9 +36,9 @@ The `SMomentModel` structure contains a worked-out representation of the
optimization problem atop a wrapped [`MetabolicModel`](@ref), in particular the
separation of certain reactions into unidirectional forward and reverse parts,
an "enzyme capacity" required for each reaction, and the value of the maximum
capacity constraint. Original coupling is retained.
capacity constraint. Original coupling in the inner model is retained.
In the structure, field `columns` describes the correspondence of stoichiometry
In the structure, the field `columns` describes the correspondence of stoichiometry
columns to the stoichiometry and data of the internal wrapped model, and
`total_enzyme_capacity` is the total bound on the enzyme capacity consumption
as specified in sMOMENT algorithm.
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