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*2009
23EELuis F. de Figueiredo, Stefan Schuster, Christoph Kaleta, David A. Fell: Can sugars be produced from fatty acids? A test case for pathway analysis tools. Bioinformatics 25(1): 152-158 (2009)
2008
22EEIgor Santos, Leire Bastida Merino, Stefan Schuster: Tutorial 4: Adopting SOA. ICCBSS 2008: 12
21EELuis F. de Figueiredo, Stefan Schuster, Christoph Kaleta, David A. Fell: Can sugars be produced from fatty acids? A test case for pathway analysis tools. Bioinformatics 24(22): 2615-2621 (2008)
2007
20EEKostas Kontogiannis, Grace A. Lewis, Dennis B. Smith, Marin Litoiu, Stefan Schuster: SDSOA 2007: International Workshop on Systems Development in SOA Environments. ICSE Companion 2007: 133-134
19EERoland Schwarz, Chunguang Liang, Christoph Kaleta, Mark Kühnel, Eik Hoffmann, Sergei Kuznetsov, Michael Hecker, Gareth Griffiths, Stefan Schuster, Thomas Dandekar: Integrated network reconstruction, visualization and analysis using YANAsquare. BMC Bioinformatics 8: (2007)
18EEMichael Hiller, Swetlana Nikolajewa, Klaus Huse, Karol Szafranski, Philip Rosenstiel, Stefan Schuster, Rolf Backofen, Matthias Platzer: TassDB: a database of alternative tandem splice sites. Nucleic Acids Research 35(Database-Issue): 188-192 (2007)
2006
17EEAxel von Kamp, Stefan Schuster: Metatool 5.0: fast and flexible elementary modes analysis. Bioinformatics 22(15): 1930-1931 (2006)
2005
16EEReyes Grangel, Ricardo Chalmeta, Stefan Schuster, Iñaki Peña: Exchange of Business Process Models Using the POP* Meta-model. Business Process Management Workshops 2005: 233-244
15EERoland Schwarz, Patrick Musch, Axel von Kamp, Bernd Engels, R. Heiner Schirmer, Stefan Schuster, Thomas Dandekar: YANA - a software tool for analyzing flux modes, gene-expression and enzyme activities. BMC Bioinformatics 6: 135 (2005)
14EEIonela Zevedei-Oancea, Stefan Schuster: A theoretical framework for detecting signal transfer routes in signalling networks. Computers & Chemical Engineering 29(3): 597-617 (2005)
2003
13 Stefan Schuster, Steffen Klamt, Jörg Stelling: Making predictions about robustness and flexibility from metabolic network structure. German Conference on Bioinformatics 2003: 129-134
12EEIonela Zevedei-Oancea, Stefan Schuster: Topological analysis of metabolic networks based on Petri net theory. In Silico Biology 3: 29 (2003)
2002
11 Stefan Schuster, Thomas Pfeiffer, Ferdinand Moldenhauer, Ina Koch, Thomas Dandekar: Exploring the pathway structure of metabolism: decomposition into subnetworks and application to Mycoplasma pneumoniae. Bioinformatics 18(2): 351-361 (2002)
2001
10 Ferdinand Moldenhauer, Ionela Zevedei-Oancea, Stefan Schuster: Pathway Analysis of Metabolic Networks: New version of METATOOL and convenient classification of metabolites. German Conference on Bioinformatics 2001: 210
9 Ionela Zevedei-Oancea, Stefan Schuster: Treatment of multifunctional enzymesin metabolic pathway analysis. German Conference on Bioinformatics 2001: 241-242
2000
8 Stefan Schuster, Thomas Pfeiffer, Ferdinand Moldenhauer, Ina Koch, Thomas Dandekar: Structural Analysis of Metabolic Networks: Elementary Flux Modes, Analogy to Petri Nets, and Application to Mycoplasma Pneumoniae. German Conference on Bioinformatics 2000: 115-120
1999
7 Ina Koch, Stefan Schuster, Monika Heiner: Simulation and analysis of metabolic networks by time-dependent Petri nets. German Conference on Bioinformatics 1999: 208-209
6 Thomas Pfeiffer, Juan Carlos Nuño, Francisco Montero, Stefan Schuster: Analyzing Large enzymatic reaction networks. German Conference on Bioinformatics 1999: 221-223
5 Thomas Pfeiffer, Ignacio Sánchez-Valdenebro, Juan Carlos Nuño, Francisco Montero, Stefan Schuster: METATOOL: for studying metabolic networks. Bioinformatics 15(3): 251-257 (1999)
1998
4 Ignacio Sánchez-Valdenebro, Thomas Pfeiffer, Juan Carlos Nuño, Francisco Montero, Stefan Schuster: A structural approach to the analysis of metabolic networks illustrated with erythrocyte metabolism. German Conference on Bioinformatics 1998
3 Thomas Dandekar, Stefan Schuster, Martijn A. Huynen, Peer Bork: Pathway alignment: Application in the comparative analysis of glycolysis. German Conference on Bioinformatics 1998
2 Stefan Schuster: Knowledge Representation and Graph Transformation. TAGT 1998: 228-237
1993
1 R. Schuster, Stefan Schuster: Refined algorithm and computer program for calculating all non-negative fluxes admissible in steady states of biochemical reaction systems with or without some flux rates fixed. Computer Applications in the Biosciences 9(1): 79-85 (1993)

Coauthor Index

1Rolf Backofen [18]
2Peer Bork [3]
3Ricardo Chalmeta [16]
4Thomas Dandekar [3] [8] [11] [15] [19]
5Bernd Engels [15]
6David A. Fell [21] [23]
7Luis F. de Figueiredo [21] [23]
8Reyes Grangel [16]
9Gareth Griffiths [19]
10Michael Hecker [19]
11Monika Heiner [7]
12Michael Hiller [18]
13Eik Hoffmann [19]
14Klaus Huse [18]
15Martijn A. Huynen [3]
16Christoph Kaleta [19] [21] [23]
17Axel von Kamp [15] [17]
18Steffen Klamt [13]
19Ina Koch [7] [8] [11]
20Kostas Kontogiannis [20]
21Mark Kühnel [19]
22Sergei Kuznetsov [19]
23Grace A. Lewis [20]
24Chunguang Liang [19]
25Marin Litoiu [20]
26Leire Bastida Merino [22]
27Ferdinand Moldenhauer [8] [10] [11]
28Francisco Montero [4] [5] [6]
29Patrick Musch [15]
30Swetlana Nikolajewa [18]
31Juan Carlos Nuño [4] [5] [6]
32Iñaki Peña [16]
33Thomas Pfeiffer [4] [5] [6] [8] [11]
34Matthias Platzer [18]
35Philip Rosenstiel [18]
36Ignacio Sánchez-Valdenebro [4] [5]
37Igor Santos [22]
38R. Heiner Schirmer [15]
39R. Schuster [1]
40Roland Schwarz [15] [19]
41Dennis B. Smith [20]
42Jörg Stelling [13]
43Karol Szafranski [18]
44Ionela Zevedei-Oancea [9] [10] [12] [14]

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