Investigations

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Investigating moths

Studies: The moth study

An investigation in the CCM of S. solfataricus with a focus on the unique temperature adaptations and regulation; using a combined modelling and experimental approach.

Studies: Carbon loss at high T, Model gluconeogenesis, Pathway optimisation

Cell growth underlies many key cellular and developmental processes, yet a limited number of studies have been carried out on cell-growth regulation. Comprehensive studies at the transcriptional, proteomic and metabolic levels under defined controlled conditions are currently lacking.

This investigation shows public data taken from the BioInvestigation Index. (http://www.ebi.ac.uk/bioinvindex/study.seam?studyId=BII-S-1)
Organism: Saccharomyces Cerevisiae

Studies: A time course analysis of transcription response in yeast treated with ..., Can yeast glycolysis be understood in terms of in vitro kinetics of the ...

Glycerol, a major by-product of ethanol fermentation by Saccharomyces cerevisiae, is of significant importance to the wine, beer, and ethanol production industries. This investigation aims to gain a clearer understanding of and to quantify the extent to which parameters of the pathway affect glycerol flux in S. cerevisiae.

This investigation represents the data and models submitted to JWS online by Cronwright et al
(http://jjj.biochem.sun.ac.za/cgi-bin/getMoreInfo.py?modeldir=cronwright) and
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Studies: Glycerol Synthesis Pathway

An investigation into the control mechanisms of glycolytic flux in Lactococcus lactis.

This investigation represents the data and models published by Hoefnagel et al in JWS Online and in M.H.N. Hoefnagel, J. Hugenholtz and J.L. SnoepMol. Biol. Reports 29, 157-161 (2002)

Studies: The effects of Redox Charge on Glycolytic Flux

This Investigation was performed by SySMO DB team together with PALS in order to crete methods and best practices for capturing experimental data.

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