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Contributor: Fatemeh Zamanzad Ghavidel

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How to connect to the FAIRDOM SEEK with the collection of their APIs.

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Contributor: Andrej Blejec

Excel sheet template : concentrations of intracellular metabolites

Quantitative proteomic analysis of Cyanothece ATCC51142 grown in 12L:12D light:dark cycles, using partial metabolic labeling and LC-MS analysis.

Microarray data at end of day (ED) and end of night (EN) in 4, 6, 8, 12, and 18h photoperiods.

Proteomics data for N15 incorporation into protein in Ostreococcus grown in 12L:12D light:dark cycles.

Results of the statistical analysis, identifying proteins that change in abundance significantly across photoperiods.

Growth curves of the PA1008 strain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa with multiple concentrations of meropenem. Data set 1 is used to parametrise the model in our project. This consists of three biological replicates, each with three technical repeats. The meropenem concentrations used for this data set were: 0, 2, 4, 10, 20, 40, 200 ug/ml.

Creators: Chloe Spalding, Sara Jabbari

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Growth curves of the PA1008 strain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa with multiple concentrations of meropenem. Data set 1 is used to parametrise the model in our project. This consists of three biological replicates, each with three technical repeats. The meropenem concentrations used for this data set were: 0, 0.5, 1, 5, 10, 50, 100 ug/ml.

Creators: Chloe Spalding, Sara Jabbari

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Combined taxonomy table of abundance of OTUs (Operational Taxonomy Units) in both freshwater and saltwater samples from 16S V3-V4 Illumina sequencing of gut microbiota. Primers used for sequencing are given in https://fairdomhub.org/sops/270
The OTUs are presented in number of counts per sample (n=349). Each row represent one sample. Raw data are available in the Sequence Read Archive database under accession number SRP119730 (https://trace.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Traces/sra/?study=SRP119730).

Agenda for the satellite data management tutorial of Synthetic Biology 2017.

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Output of the 3D-structures modeled by comparative modeling tool for LDH enzymes from four LABs (in the PDB format, tarred). Four LABs include Enterococcus faecalis, Lactococcus lactis, Streptococcus pyogenes and Lactobacillus plantarum. Output of the SEEK Model https://seek.sysmo-db.org/models/118.

The modeling was performed against a x-ray structure of LDH from B. stearothermophilis (template, PDH ID: 1LDN).

The Table represents the simulation results of how the presence of phosphate ions (Pi) in the solution might affect the activity of four LDH enzymes. This includes the algorithmic analysis of the binding energies values computed by the GRID program (see Part 4, model) for each enzyme in presence and absence of FBP molecule at pH 6 and 7. The analysis was performed by using the algorithm proposed in Part 5, model.

Output files of phosphate probe binding on the surface of LDH from lactococcus lactis type 1. File with extension XPLOR can be visualized with a program VMD to identify the most favorable position for the phosphate binding. This relates to the Model "Part 4".

L. lactis cultures were grown at different dilution rates in glucose-limited chemostat conditions and were analyzed with respect to physiological parameters. Amino acid consumption, glucose consumption and production of fermentation products were measured in steady-state conditions,

Creator: Martijn Bekker

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Simulation results of experimental data of the reconstituted gluconeogenic system

Simulation results of temperature degradation of gluconeogenic intermediates

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