Flux variability analysis

Flux variability analysis can be used to study the redundancy of reactions in a network. GEMSiRV can determine the minimum and maximum flux values for each reaction in the model and thus identify the blocked reactions which carry zero fluxes for the both conditions and tag them with crosses in a map as well.

You can select a model and a map (if you have) for flux variability analysis. The min and max fluxes of reaction are plotted in the map and the blocked reaction are tagged with crosses.




A list for the blocked reactions:


Flux variability result: