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Data file for PLaSMo accesssion ID PLM_38, version 1

Data file for PLaSMo accesssion ID PLM_33, version 1

Data file for PLaSMo accesssion ID PLM_34, version 1

Data file for PLaSMo accesssion ID PLM_35, version 1

Data file for PLaSMo accesssion ID PLM_36, version 1

Data file for PLaSMo accesssion ID PLM_37, version 1

Data file for PLaSMo accesssion ID PLM_39, version 1

Data file for PLaSMo accesssion ID PLM_40, version 1

Data file for PLaSMo accesssion ID PLM_41, version 1

Data file for PLaSMo accesssion ID PLM_32, version 1

Describes the assumptions made, how to integrate the new reactions to the rest of the glycolysis model, the parameters needed and the preliminary parameter values collected from the litterature.

Creator: Fiona Achcar

Contributor: Fiona Achcar

Data file for PLaSMo accesssion ID PLM_52, version 1

Data file for PLaSMo accesssion ID PLM_66, version 1

Data file for PLaSMo accesssion ID PLM_51, version 1

Cells of S. solfataricus were grown on either caseinhydrolysate or D-glucose (reference) as sole carbon source.

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ConvertStdModel2SBTtest('Conti_Ferm_Std', 'CD_Transcriptomic.csv', 'glucose.csv', 'OD.csv',0)

Contains relative mutant (OE, KO) perturbation and time series samples metabolite concentrations and enzyme fold change of targeted enzymes used for model validation.
Measured are the relative fold change, Mean and SD of log2 fold change values are based on multiple measurements per sample (minimum of three).
Contains input data for Automated Model simulations pipeline to load and update the models metabolite concentrations and enzyme parameters to simulate all sample using a custom python script
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Creator: Niels Zondervan

Contributor: Niels Zondervan

intracellular metabolite measured by GC/MS

intracellular metabolites measured by LC/MS

Some home work for PALs to prepare Lightning Talks and ISBE/ESFRI Sessions

Creator: Olga Krebs

Contributor: Olga Krebs

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