Growth yields, basal respiratory activity and calculated ATP turnover rate of yeast cells during lactate-limited growth

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Organism Budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Reference Dejean L, Beauvoit B, Guérin B, Rigoulet M. Growth of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae on a non-fermentable substrate: control of energetic yield by the amount of mitochondria. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2000 Feb 24 1457(1-2):45-56. p.54 table 3PubMed ID10692549
Method p.46 left column 2nd paragraph:"...[investigators] used a respirometric and on-line calorimetric approach to analyse the energetic balances and the control of energetic metabolism during growth phase transitions of batch grown S. cerevisiae with limiting amounts of a non-fermentable carbon source (lactate)."
Comments p.54 left column 2nd paragraph:"In this study, [investigators] used a microcalorimetric method allowing construction of an enthalpy balance of yeast cells batch grown with a respiratory substrate [ref 13] and [ref 15]. The main observation was that the part of lactate energy input conserved as biomass (the enthalpic growth yield or energetic yield) was approximately the same in the early and the late exponential growth phases (32±2% versus 37±3%) whereas growth rate and respiratory rate continuously decreased during this phase transition (Table 3)." JO=Respiratory rates
Entered by Uri M
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