Natalie J Stanford
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An automated Design-Build-Test-Learn pipeline for enhanced microbial production of fine chemicals
P Carbonell, AJ Jervis, CJ Robinson, C Yan, M Dunstan, N Swainston, ...
Communications biology 1 (1), 66, 2018
Identifiers for the 21st century: How to design, provision, and reuse persistent identifiers to maximize utility and impact of life science data
JA McMurry, N Juty, N Blomberg, T Burdett, T Conlin, N Conte, M Courtot, ...
PLoS biology 15 (6), e2001414, 2017
Systematic construction of kinetic models from genome-scale metabolic networks
NJ Stanford, T Lubitz, K Smallbone, E Klipp, P Mendes, W Liebermeister
PloS one 8 (11), e79195, 2013
Further developments towards a genome-scale metabolic model of yeast
PD Dobson, K Smallbone, D Jameson, E Simeonidis, K Lanthaler, P Pir, ...
BMC systems biology 4, 1-7, 2010
SEEK: a systems biology data and model management platform
K Wolstencroft, S Owen, O Krebs, Q Nguyen, NJ Stanford, M Golebiewski, ...
BMC systems biology 9, 1-12, 2015
FAIRDOMHub: a repository and collaboration environment for sharing systems biology research
K Wolstencroft, O Krebs, JL Snoep, NJ Stanford, F Bacall, M Golebiewski, ...
Nucleic acids research 45 (D1), D404-D407, 2017
Physiological tolerance and stoichiometric potential of cyanobacteria for hydrocarbon fuel production
J Kämäräinen, H Knoop, NJ Stanford, F Guerrero, MK Akhtar, EM Aro, ...
Journal of biotechnology 162 (1), 67-74, 2012
Toward community standards and software for whole-cell modeling
D Waltemath, JR Karr, FT Bergmann, V Chelliah, M Hucka, M Krantz, ...
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 63 (10), 2007-2014, 2016
The evolution of standards and data management practices in systems biology
NJ Stanford, K Wolstencroft, M Golebiewski, R Kania, N Juty, C Tomlinson, ...
Molecular systems biology 11 (12), 851, 2015
The Human Physiome: how standards, software and innovative service infrastructures are providing the building blocks to make it achievable
D Nickerson, K Atalag, B De Bono, J Geiger, C Goble, S Hollmann, ...
Interface Focus 6 (2), 20150103, 2016
RobOKoD: microbial strain design for (over) production of target compounds
NJ Stanford, P Millard, N Swainston
Frontiers in cell and developmental biology 3, 17, 2015
An automated Design-Build-Test-Learn pipeline for enhanced microbial production of fine chemicals. Communications biology. 2018; 1: 66
P Carbonell, AJ Jervis, CJ Robinson, C Yan, M Dunstan, N Swainston, ...
Epub 2018/10/03. https://doi. org/10.1038/s42003-018-0076-9 PMID: 30271948, 0
Data management in computational systems biology: exploring standards, tools, databases, and packaging best practices
NJ Stanford, M Scharm, PD Dobson, M Golebiewski, M Hucka, ...
Yeast Systems Biology: Methods and Protocols, 285-314, 2019
Kinetic modeling of metabolic pathways: Application to serine biosynthesis
K Smallbone, NJ Stanford
Systems Metabolic Engineering: Methods and Protocols, 113-121, 2013
Kinetic modelling of large-scale metabolic networks
P Mendes, NJ Stanford, K Smallbone
Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Computational Methods in …, 2011
FAIRDOM approach for semantic interoperability of systems biology data and models.
O Krebs, K Wolstencroft, NJ Stanford, N Morrison, M Golebiewski, S Owen, ...
ICBO, 2015
FAIRDOM: Reproducible Systems Biology through FAIR Asset Management
N Stanford, F Bacall, M Golebiewski, O Krebs, R Kuzyakiv, Q Nguyen, ...
Reproducibility, Standards and SOP in Bioinformatics: Combined CHARME–EMBnet …, 2016
Kinetic modelling of metabolic pathways
NJ Stanford, K Smallbone
The Bioinformatics Knowledgeblog, 2011
Towards a full genome-scale model of yeast metabolism
NJ Stanford
PQDT-UK & Ireland, 2011
FAIR Bioinformatics computation and data management: FAIRDOM and the Norwegian Digital Life initiative
N Stanford, F Bacall, FZ Ghavidel, M Golebiewski, I Jonassen, R Kleppe, ...
NETTAB 2018 Network Tools and Applications in Biology: Building a FAIR …, 2018
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