||"The biomass composition was measured experimentally for S.
oneidensis MR-1 grown in a lactate-limited chemostat under aerobic
conditions with a dilution rate (D)=0.095h^-1 and contained
52.8% protein, 17.5% lipids, 7.7% carbohydrates, 9% RNA, and
5% DNA on a g/g AFDW (ash-free dry weight) basis. The
remaining biomass constituents (peptidoglycan-2.5%, lipopolysaccharides-
3.4%, and soluble intracellular pools-3.1%) were assumed
to have similar abundances as in E. coli [Neidhardt FC, Umbarger EH (1996) Chemical Composition of Escherichia coli.
In: Neidhardt FC, ed. Escherichia coli and Salmonella: Cellular and Molecular
Biology. 2nd ed. Washington DC: ASM Press. pp 13–16.]." Note-components add up to 101% rather than 100%