Use the full-text search field in the top-left of each category’s page to find models by a specific author or cellular process.
Moreover, each model is tagged with common keywords like model formalism which are displayed below each model description. Clicking these tags displays a list of other models (and further content on the Morpheus website) with the same tag.
Each model (including contributed and built-in examples) is registered with a unique and persistent ID of the format
M..... The model description page, the model’s XML file and all further files connected with that model can be retrieved via a persistent URL of the format
https://identifiers.org/morpheus/M..... Further details on referencing, tracking of changes to the model etc. can be found in the
You can also contribute to the Morpheus model repository and upload MorpheusML-encoded model files yourself.
In our FAQ you will find all further information about this, including a detailed guide that takes you step by step through the submission process.
We distinguish models of three categories: