JSim CellML Models Page

This page allows users to run models from the CellML model archive under JSim. To run these models online, you must have Java installed on your computer. To run them in JSim on your own computer, download the model code and the JSim application. Either way, see Running JSim for instructions on how to use JSim. Since CellML models do not specify simulation time length or delta, these must be set by the user before running the model.

Users are strongly advised to read Running CellML Models under JSim before running CellML models under JSim.

Terms of use

Currently available models

  • Number of CellML v1.0 models in the archive: 910
  • Number of those models runnable under JSim: 840
  • Number of those models passing unit balance: 698
  • Models not passing unit balance are indicated by Warning sign

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CML0001 : Voltage clamp experiments in striated muscle fibres
CML0002 : A quantitative analysis of the kinetics of the G2 DNA damage checkpoint system
CML0003 : The kinetic origins of the restriction point in the mammalian cell cycle
CML0005 : Differential Regulation of ER Ca2+ Uptake and Release Rates Accounts for Multiple Modes of Ca2+-induced Ca2+ Release
CML0006 : Multiple Modes of Calcium-induced Calcium Release in Sympathetic Neurons I: Attenuation of Endoplasmic Reticulum Ca2+ Accumulation at Low [Ca2+]i during Weak Depolarisation
CML0007 : Self-tolerance and Autoimmunity in a Regulatory T Cell Model
CML0008 : Coherent and robust modulation of a metabolic network by cytoskeletal organization and dynamics
CML0009 : Mechanisms of transition from normal to reentrant electrical activity in a model of rabbit atrial tissue: interaction of tissue heterogeneity and anisotropy
CML0010 : Optimal velocity and safety of discontinuous conduction through the heterogeneous Purkinje-ventricular junction
CML0011 : A Compuational Study of Feedback Effects on Signal Dynamics in a Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase (MAPK) Pathway Model
CML0012 : Bistability in apoptosis: roles of bax, bcl-2, and mitochondrial permeability transition pores
CML0013 : Computational insights on the competing effects of nitric oxide in regulating apoptosis
CML0014 : Compartmentation protects trypanosomes from the dangerous design of glycolysis
CML0015 : Glycolysis in Bloodstream Form Trypanosoma brucei Can Be Understood in Terms of the Kinetics of the Glycolytic Enzymes
CML0016 : Cell Size at S Phase Initiation: An Emergent Property of the G1/S Network
CML0017 : Comparison of Simulated and Measured Calcium Sparks in Intact Skeletal Muscle Fibers of the Frog
CML0018 : A biophysical model of the mitochondrial respiratory system and oxidative phosphorylation
CML0019 : Reconstruction of the action potential of ventricular myocardial fibres
CML0020 : The canine virtual ventricular wall: a platform for dissecting pharmacological effects on propagation and arrhythmogenesis