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By Pedro Mendes, Joseph O. Dada, Kieran Smallbone

This publication constitutes the court cases of the twelfth overseas convention on Computational tools in platforms Biology, CMSB 2014, held in Manchester, united kingdom, in November 2014.
The sixteen standard papers awarded including 6 poster papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 31 commonplace and 18 poster submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on formalisms for modeling organic techniques, version inference from experimental information, frameworks for version verification, validation, and research of organic platforms, versions and their organic purposes, computational techniques for artificial biology, and flash posters.

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The candidate solution ri is compliant with the stoichiometric constraints. Then a clause ¬ri is added to the clause database. 2. The candidate solution ri is not compliant. Again, a clause ¬ri is added to the clause database. 3. Now, if the candidate solution ri is incomplete from a stoichiometry point of view, we cannot add the same clause. Otherwise the matching EFM, if it exists, will not be found by the SAT solver (it is a superset of all ri ). To handle this, we add the following clause ¬ri rj where rj are all the reactions that does not occur in the initial candidate.

Theorem 3. Consider A ∈ Qr×m , Λ ∈ Qc×m and the system (S) : Ax = 0 . Λx ≡ 0 The following assertions are equivalent : 1. (S) has nonzero solutions with at least two nonzero coefficients, 2. (S) has nonzero solutions and at least one of the two following conditions is true: – Rank(A) ≤ m − 2, – A does not have any zero column. Proof. (1) ⇒ (2): Since (S) has nonzero solutions, then Rank(A) ≤ m − 1. If the condition Rank(A) ≤ m − 2 is not true, then one has Rank(A) = m − 1. Consequently, Ker(A) is generated by one vector containing at least two nonzero coefficients.

We propose to develop a method similar to Just in Time Knowledge Compilation [1], based on SAT solving to determine network properties. Consequently, using our method of selection EFMs under constraints will now allow studying the EFMs of large metabolic networks almost instantly. 2 SAT/SMT Encoding of Metabolic Pathways Queries Since the introduction of so-called ”modern” SAT solvers [31,23,13], the practical solving of NP Complete problems (and above) has known a series of performances scale up.

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