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Metabolic model of Sulfolobus solfataricus P2 in the SBML (xml) and metano (txt, sce, fba) format. Scenarios are specific for growth on D-glucose or L-fucose as sole carbon source. Different theoretical routes of L-fucose degradation were modeled (E. coli-like, Xanthomonas-like and lactaldehyde-forming). Highest overall agreement between the model and experimental data was observed for the lactaldehyde-forming route.
The model presents a multi-compartmental (mesophyll, phloem and root) metabolic model of growing Arabidopsis thaliana. The flux balance analysis (FBA) of the model quantifies: sugar metabolism, central carbon and nitrogen metabolism, energy and redox metabolism, proton turnover, sucrose translocation from mesophyll to root and biomass growth under both dark- and light-growth conditions with corresponding growth either on starch (in darkness) or on CO2 (under light). The FBA predicts that
E.coli Core model, with additional reactions added to generate the beta-oxadation cycle. This is the basic model used in RobOKoD: microbial strain design for (over)production of target compounds (http://fairdomhub.org/publications/236).
Preliminary metabolic network of S. pyogenes including primary metabolism, polysaccharide metabolism, purine and pyrimidine biosoynthesis, teichoic acid biosynthesis, fatty acid and phospholipid bioynthesis, amino acid metabolism, vitamins and cofactors. The model still needs to be validated.
Batch and chemostat model of L lactis. Scope of the model is to provide a mechanistic explanation of the switch between mixed acid and homolactic fermentation.
The principles of Stealthy Engineering (Adamczyk et al.: Biotechnology Journal 2012; 7(7):877-83) are illustrated in this model by emulating a cross engineering intervention between L. lactis and S. cerevisiae.
The case study consists of replacing the native glucose uptake system of L. lactis with that native to the yeast S. cerevisiae. A modified version of Hoefnagel et al.’s model of L. lacrtis’ central metabolism was used as starting point. The total functional replacement of the PTS with the