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Steady state metabolic fluxes and metabolite concentrations of yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae in anaerobic chemostat at D=0.1 h-1

Studies: Steady state concentrations of metabolites in yeast Saccharomyces cerevi..., Steady state fluxes in yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae in anaerobic chemo...

Changing the oxygen availability leads to an adaptation of Escherichia coli at different biological levels. After pertubation of oxygen in chemostat experiments the microorganism(s) will come back to another steady state. This investigation deals with these stationary responses of Escherichia coli within the aerobiosis scale. The change for different biological variables, in different areas of the organism like the electron transport chain, the TCA cycle or globally is investigated by wildtype
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Studies: Basic regulatory principles of Escherichia coli’s electron transport cha..., Determination of the impact of specific enzyme reactions and regulatory ..., Quantitative analysis of catabolic carbon and electron fluxes in E. coli..., The Escherichia coli steady state response to oxygen: from molecular int...

Transcriptional and physiological responses of anaerobic steady state cultures to pulses of electron acceptors, specifically nitrate, trimethylamine-N-oxide (TMAO)

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Clostridia are very ancient bacteria which evolved before the earth had an oxygen atmosphere. To them the air we breathe is a poison. To survive they produce a spore resting stage, resistant to physical and chemical agents.

Some species cause devastating diseases, such as the superbug Clostridium difficile. On the other hand, most are totally harmless, and make a wide range of chemicals useful to man. The best example is Clostridium acetobutylicum which makes butanol. Butanol is an alcohol, which
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Studies: Investigation of different pH values for metabolic shift

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