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Name of kinetic law applied to reaction


The KineticLawName property of the kinetic law object indicates the name of the kinetic law definition applied to the reaction. KineticLawName can be any valid name from the built-in or user-defined kinetic law library. See Kinetic Law Definition for more information.

You can find the KineticLawName list in the kinetic law library by using the command sbiowhos -kineticlaw (sbiowhos). You can create a kinetic law definition with the function sbioabstractkineticlaw and add it to the library using sbioaddtolibrary.


Applies toObject: kineticlaw
Data typeCharacter vector
Data valuesCharacter vector specified by kinetic law definition


  1. Create a model object, add a reaction object, and define a kinetic law for the reaction object.

    modelObj = sbiomodel ('my_model');
    reactionObj = addreaction (modelObj, 'a + b -> c + d');
    kineticlawObj = addkineticlaw(reactionObj, 'Henri-Michaelis-Menten');
  2. Verify the KineticLawName of kineticlawObj.

    get (kineticlawObj, 'KineticLawName')

    MATLAB® returns:

    ans =