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||Bacteria Escherichia coli
||Kaleta C, Schäuble S, Rinas U, Schuster S. Metabolic costs of amino acid and protein production in Escherichia coli. Biotechnol J. 2013 Sep8(9):1105-14. doi: 10.1002/biot.201200267. Supporting information table S4PubMed ID23744758
||"For [their] computations, [researchers] used a genome-scale model of
E. coli metabolism"
||"“Yield” indicates the maximal
number of moles of the respective amino acid that can be produced from one mole of glucose.
“ATP Cons.” corresponds to the number of moles of ATP that are required to produce one
mole of the amino acid (assuming that 2 mol ATP can be produced from 1 mole NADH).
“Carb. Yield” indicates the fraction of carbon atoms from the carbon source that are retained
in the amino acid using the respective pathway. A number >1 indicates that there is a net
consumption of carbon dioxide. Otherwise, carbon dioxide is released." See note above table