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Stor, J; Ruckerbauer, DE; Szeliova, D; Zanghellini, J; Borth, N.
(2021): Towards rational glyco-engineering in CHO: from data to predictive models
CURR OPIN BIOTECH. 2021; 71: 9-17. FullText FullText_BOKU

Metabolic modelling strives to develop modelling approaches that are robust and highly predictive. To achieve this, various modelling designs, including hybrid models, and parameter estimation methods that define the type and number of parameters used in the model, are adapted. Accurate input data play an important role so that the selection of experimental methods that provide input data of the required precision with low measurement errors is crucial. For the biopharmaceutically relevant protein glycosylation, the most prominent available models are kinetic models which are able to capture the dynamic nature of protein N-glycosylation. In this review we focus on how to choose the most suitable model for a specific research question, as well as on parameters and considerations to take into account before planning relevant experiments.
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Borth Nicole
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