Gepasi 3.30 supports
level 1. It can import and export SBML files and therefore exchange models with other simulation software.
Version 3.30 released September 4, 2002. (
list of changes
names Virginia Bioinformatics Institute a Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and sponsors the development of COPASI (Gepasi's successor). COPASI will be optimized to run on Sun's HPC architectures.
Future of Gepasi announced December 2000. COPASI will be a more complete simulator running under several hardware platforms (including Linux and Macintosh). COPASI is being written in collaboration with
Dr. Ursula Kummer's group at EML.
Official Virginia Tech press release here.
New website released in November 2000
program released July 2000. MEG is a support program for Gepasi that facilitates construction of cell culture models.
Version 3.21 released on 27 February 1999 (
some new features and bug fixes
Tutorials for optimization and fitting were added to the web site February 1999
Paper published in the Nov. 1998 issue of
describes the fitting and optimization features of Gepasi [
Numerical optimisation and simulation for rational metabolic engineering
, a paper about the applications of optimisation with Gepasi (presented at the
1998 BioThermoKinetics meeting
Version 3.20 released on 25 July 1998 (
several new features and bug fixes
Tutorial web page
made public in September 1997.
article published in the September 1997 issue.
Version 3.10 released on 29 August 1997 (
several bug fixes and new features
Version 3.03 for Intel released on 25 April 1997 (
3 bug fixes and one new feature
). Alpha binaries released 28 April 1997.
Version 3.02 released on 12 March 1997 (
some bug fixes and new features
Version 3.01 for DEC Alpha NT released on 17 January 1997
Version 3.01 released on 17 December 1996 (fixes one bug with user-defined kinetic types and data file name collisions)
Version 3.00 available on SimtelNet and its mirrors on 12 December 1996
Version 3.00 released on 1 December 1996
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