Mathematical Models

In SIMScells we create virtual biological systems, in the shape of mathematical models, to mimic inside a computer the biological and clinical behavior of the real systems. Our virtual models are generated by adjusting them to biological and medical relevant information extracted from public databases and to a large amount of data manually extracted from literature by our expert team. Once generated, we inquire them about mechanisms of action, drug effects, activation of pathways and other biological and medical responses after specific stimulus, which will help the researcher to identify tendencies and raise reasonable mechanistically-driven non-obvious new hypothesis, worth testing experimentally.

Nowadays SIMScells offers its users to experiment with a list of virtual systems with different organization levels (human complete organism, different tissues, a variety of cell types, pathology models), similar to the experimental study models commonly used in the labs. Most interestingly, SIMScells allows the personalization of the models with experimental results derived from our users' research, narrowing the differences between the virtual and the real model the researcher works with.

SIMScells creates biological systems in silico, in the shape of mathematical models, to mimic inside computers the biological and clinical behaviour of real systems. We adjust our virtual models to a large amount of biological and medical relevant information extracted from public databases and manually extracted from scientific literature by our expert team.

Once generated, we inquire our models about molecular mechanisms of biological and medical responses to specific stimuli, thus helping researchers to identify tendencies and raise reasonable mechanistically-driven non-obvious new hypotheses, worth to test experimentally. Similar to the experimental study models commonly used in labs, SIMScells offers a list of virtual systems with different organization levels (whole human organism, cell types...). Most interestingly SIMScells also allows the customization of these models with data derived from our users' own research, narrowing the differences between the virtual and real models with which they work.

You can further explore some of the more specific advantages of using SIMScells in our dedicated section, or discover it by yourself for free by creating a free experiment.