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Lactobacillus plantarum strains WCFS1, NC8, JDM1 and ATCC 14917 amino acid concentrations mM supernatant, high (D=0.4) and low (D=0.05) growth rates

Creator: Anette McLeod

Contributor: Anette McLeod

Lactobacillus plantarum ATCC 14917 differentially expressed proteins, comparison between low and high growth rates

Creator: Anette McLeod

Contributor: Anette McLeod

Lactobacillus plantarum, 4 strains (WCFS1, NC8, ATCC 14917, JDM1) chemostat experiments low and high growth rates, OD and DW measurements

Creator: Anette McLeod

Contributor: Anette McLeod

Lactobacillus plantarum strains WCFS1, NC8, ATCC14917, JDM1. HPLC end products mM measurements (CDM subtracted) and flux calculations, high and low growth rates.

Creator: Anette McLeod

Contributor: Anette McLeod

Lactobacillus plantarum JDM1 differentially expressed proteins, comparison between low and high growth rates

Creator: Anette McLeod

Contributor: Anette McLeod

Lactobacillus plantarum NC8 differentially expressed proteins, comparison between low and high growth rates

Creator: Anette McLeod

Contributor: Anette McLeod

Lactobacillus plantarum WCFS1 differentially expressed proteins, comparison between low and high growth rates

Creator: Anette McLeod

Contributor: Anette McLeod

Experimental data set for the kinetic characterisation of LDH

Data for Fig. Supp 7B in Chew et al. PNAS 2014
Leaf number of the growing rosettes, from 5 to 37 days after sowing.
Data and also results of three FMv1 model simulations, with default, fitted and linear (i.e. no juvenile-adult transition in phyllochron)

Data for Figs 3C, 3F and Supp 2 in Chew et al. PNAS 2014
Leaf number of the growing rosettes, from 4 to 37 days after sowing (DAS).
Data and also results of FMv1 model simulations.
Note that Fei-0 was previously tested by Mendez-Vigo et al, suggesting this line had a higher leaf appearance rate. We suggested that its larger final leaf number was more likely due to faster germination.

Comparison between axenic and planktonic readcounts with deseq2

Genbank file for the L.ferriphilum chromosome, annotated with prokka 1.12beta

Comparison for LFQs with t-test in Perseus

Repository for omics data analysis

Table combining data for L.ferriphilum.
RNAseq data, Proteomics LFQs, Functional annotation

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LFQ intensities from maxquant from combined search (mineral and continuous samples), filtered (at least 3 values in each condition), log-transformed

LFQ intensities from maxquant from combined search (mineral and continuous samples), log-transformed

Raw read files for samples

Normalized counts (tpm) for L.ferriphilum samples from continuous culture.

Normalized counts (tpm) for LF samples with mineral

Raw data and assembly for pacbio sequencing of L.ferriphilum.

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Data file for PLaSMo accesssion ID PLM_4, version 1

Creators: BioData SynthSys, Robert Muetzelfeldt

Contributor: BioData SynthSys

Participants of 2nd FAIRDOM PALs meeting in Munich

List of participants/1st EraSysApp PALs meeting

Creator: Olga Krebs

Contributor: Olga Krebs

List of publications from 2006 till 2016.
Note: I retired from the University of Amsterdam in 2010

Creator: Roel Van Driel

Contributor: Roel Van Driel

Publications and patents from the last 6 years

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Creator: Stefan Henrich

Contributor: Stefan Henrich

Concentrations of various contaminants in liver from cod caged in Kollevåg and at reference location.

Creators: None

Contributor: Karina Dale

Local sensitivity analysis based on 40 samples using 1000x sampling from measurement distribution. The control shown is the control over flux through glycolysis represented by flux through PRK. Th plot summarized the control for each parameter over all observed metabolite concentrations encountered for the 40 samples. As such the metabolic control analysis is local but shows the distribution taking into account measurement error as well as biological variation over the 40 samples.

Creators: None

Contributor: Niels Zondervan

Tab seperated file containing the raw output of the local sensitivity analysis based on 40 samples (based on 1000x sampled metabolite values) from the MEAN and SD of the metabolite measurements. Sensitivity analysis is based on the flux through PFK as objective and as proxy for flux through glycolysis. Data can be plotted using the R script "plotLocalGlobalSensitivity1.5.R" associated to the same assay.

Creators: None

Contributor: Niels Zondervan

Confocal microscopy of Arl1-GFP cells after 60 min at 0 or 50 mM KCl or at 1 M NaCl.

Creator: Paul Heusden

Contributor: Paul Heusden

Confocal microscopy of CIN5-GFP from the collection of GFP strains at standard growth conditions (50 mM KCl)

Creator: Paul Heusden

Contributor: Paul Heusden

Confocal microscopy of Ena1-GFP cells after 60 min at 0 or 50 mM KCl or at 1 M NaCl.

Creator: Paul Heusden

Contributor: Paul Heusden

Confocal microscopy of HOG1-GFP from GFP-strain collection under standard growth cionditions (50 mM KCl).

Creator: Paul Heusden

Contributor: Paul Heusden

Confocal microscopy of Nha1-GFP cells after 60 min at 0 or 50 mM KCl or at 1 M NaCl.

Creator: Paul Heusden

Contributor: Paul Heusden

Confocal microscopy of Pma1-GFP cells after 60 min at 0 or 50 mM KCl .

Creator: Paul Heusden

Contributor: Paul Heusden

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