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Cellular size and granularity (measured by FACS) during glucose pulse. Glucose pulse was performed in anaerobically growing yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae in steady state chemostat (D = 0.1 h-1) and transent concentrations of the extra- and intracellular metabolites from central carbon metabolism (e.g. glycolysis, PPP, glycerol, purines, etc) were measured.

E. coli MG1655 and ∆sdhC and ∆frdA isogenic mutant strains were characterized in batch growth curves aerobic and anaerobically. Optical density, glucose consumption and by-product accumulation were measured during growth.

Enzymes involved in butanediol formation from pyruvate in L. Lactis and E. faecalis were characterized with respect to their Km's for their substrates and their Vmaxes

Contributor: Martijn Bekker

Assay type: Experimental Assay

Technology type: Initial rate experiment

Investigation: The Attic

Study: Pre-liminary data from Martijn Bekker

S. pyogenes wildetype, an arcA- and a glnA-deletion mutants were grown in CDM-LAB cultures at pH 6.5 and 7.5 and at a growth rate of 0.05

Mutant strains which lack one or more of the glucose transport systems were analyzed in aerobic chemostat cultures and compared to batch cultures.

This Excel template is an example taken from the GEO web site ( which has been modified to conform to the SysMO JERM (Just Enough Results Model).
Using templates helps with searching and comparing data as well as making it easier to submit data to public repositories for publications.

Simulation of double mutants and perturbations and time series samples using for Sample 1 only OE mutants of which we update the enzyme concentrations. For each second mutant the enzyme concentrations in case of OE and KO mutants in updated and the metabolite concentrations of the second sample are loaded in the model.
Using this approach the model approximately predicts combinatorial effects of OE mutations with other mutations, perturbations and time series concentrations.

Contributor: Niels Zondervan

Biological problem addressed: Modelling Analysis

Investigation: 1 hidden item

Study: Core model combinatorial predictions

We will compare two different procedures to extract ATP from yeast cells: Standard kit procedure (hot Tris/EDTA) and Serrano procedure (cold perchloric acid). In addition we have tested different condition as it turned out that some are important.

Samples obtained form the central fermentation facility of Sulfosys have been compared using iTRAQ (isobaric tag for relative and absolute quantification). A pilot experiment resulted in creation of SOP and initial data on cells grown at 70 and 80C

Investigation of all steady state pH-values between pH 5.7 and 4.5 (pH 5.5, 5.3, 5.1, 4.9, 4.7).

Comparison of the transcriptome at steady state in acidogenesis and at steady state in solventogenesis.

Investigation of the dynamic switch at pH values between 5.8 and 4.5 (pH 5.5, 5.3, 5.1, 4.9, 4.7 and 4.5).

The pilot experiment was conducted in order to create SOPs and to gain insight in transcriptome of cells grown at 70 and 80C

In order to construct an in vivo-like buffer for S. pyogenes, the intracellular concentrations of Fe, K, Mg, Mn Na, P and S elements were determined via ICP-AES (inductively coupled plasma atomic emissionspectroscopy) method at the Institute of Land Use, University of Rostock. The samples for the analysis were obtained from a steady state culture grown on CDM-LAB with glucose.

We here create a kinetic model for a single enzyme within the T. brucei trypanothione synthesis pathway, the enzyme trypanothione synthetase based on the insights from the laboratory experiments

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The current-voltage relation for Trk1,2 will be determined according to the conditions of Kuroda et al.

The current-voltage relation for Trk1,2 will be determined for various external potassium concentrations.

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Current- voltage relations for will be determined for various internal potassium concentrations.

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