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The experimental and theoretical study of metabolism in mammalian cells has a long and fruitful history, but our understanding of cellular metabolism at the molecular level is far from complete. This book enables its readers to formulate their own models of timedependent metabolic systems and aids them in the quest for the many fundamental and clinically relevant discoveries that remain to be made. 


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