What’s new …

in eQuilibrator 2.2?

in eQuilibrator 2.1?

  • The uncertainty of each estimation is now provided. For example, when we write ΔrG’° = -32.1 ± 1.4 [kJ/mol], the 1.4 represents a 95% confidence interval around the estimated Gibbs energy. This change was facilitated by upgrading our software to the more precise Component Contribution method.
  • A dedicated page for reduction potentials (see for example Oxaloacetate reduction).
  • Gas, liquid and solid phase for the relevant compounds (e.g. you can use O2(g) and CO2(g) in glucose oxidation).
  • A fresh design and LOTS of usability upgrades.
  • Substantially faster search powered by Solr.
  • Thermodynamic analysis of metabolic pathways using Max-min Driving Force.
  • A new primer on studying classic metabolic reactions using eQuilibrator.