Growth- and nongrowth rate dependent ATP requirements for various bacteria

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Organism bacteria
Reference Pinchuk et al., Constraint-based model of Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 metabolism: a tool for data analysis and hypothesis generation. PLoS Comput Biol. 2010 Jun 24 6(6):e1000822. doi: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000822. p.3 figure 1BPubMed ID20589080
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Method "The slope and intercept represent the growth- and nongrowth rate dependent ATP requirements, GAR and NGAR, respectively. Panel B shows ATP requirements for various microbes that have been reported in the literature [primary sources]. The reported GAR values for other microbes were adjusted to remove ATP used for protein polymerization (4 ATP/peptide bond) since ATP used for protein synthesis is accounted for separately in the S. oneidensis MR-1 model and is not part of the MR- 1 GAR value."
Comments "From the experimental growth and lactate consumption rates, the model estimated NGAR to be 1.03 mmol ATP/(g AFDW×h), and GAR to be 220.22 mmol ATP/g AFDW [for Shewanella oneidensis BNID 111303], when the transfer of electrons from ubiquinol to O2 has a proton translocation efficiency of 2.8H+ /2e-. This GAR is significantly higher than values reported for other microorganisms (Figure 1B) [primary sources]." AFDW=ash-free dry weight. Values need to be extracted visually from panel B
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