Systems Biology Markup Language, aka Systems Biology Markup Language, is a historical xml format created in 2006. The Systems Biology Markup Language (SBML) is a representation format, based on XML, for communicating and storing computational models of biological processes. It is a free and open standard with widespread software support and a community of users and developers. SBML can represent many different classes of biological phenomena, including metabolic networks, cell signaling pathways, regulatory networks, infectious diseases, and many others. Read more on Wikipedia...

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