The SWITCHES database provides stability analysis for about 7.2 million
synthetic reaction models, derived from about 35000 distinct reaction
topologies. About 10% of these are bistable. Each reaction topology is sampled
at least 1000 times to generate distinct models with different rates.
The dataset uses an 'alphabet' of elementary reactions to build up the
reaction network. This is biased towards biological reaction systems. The
database covers all possible reaction topologies of 3 molecules
and up to 6 reactions, and also 4 molecules and 3 reactions.
SWITCHES is subdivided into 6 model categories, according to the number
M of molecules and R of reactions, expressed as MxN. Thus a model with
3 molecules and 5 reactions will be in the 3x5 category.
The front page of the SWITCHES database is a clickable tree of all the model
topologies in the database.