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experimentally measured extracellular fluxes in yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae in anaerobic glucose limited chemostat (D=0.1 h-1) on minimal medium

Steady state concentrations of extracellular metabolites in yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae in anaerobic chemostat at D = 0.1 h-1 on minimal medium

Dynamics of extracellular metabolites (glc, pyr, suc, lac, gly, ac, etoh, fum, mal, cit, including loss of akg, g3p, 2pg, 3pg, r5p, f6p, g6p, 6pg) during glucose pulse. Glucose pulse was performed in anaerobically growing yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae in steady state chemostat (D = 0.1 h-1) and transent concentrations of the extra- and intracellular metabolites from central carbon metabolism (e.g. glycolysis, PPP, glycerol, purines, etc) were measured.

This assay describes the determination of concentrations and ratio of metabolites of ubiquinones (oxidised and reduced form). These metabolites have been extracted from Escherichia coli MG1655 and isgenic mutant strains.

S. pyogenes wildetype, an arcA- and a glnA-deletion mutants were grown in CDM-LAB cultures at pH 6.5 and 7.5 and at a growth rate of 0.05

TbTryS activity was measured at 37°C in the in vivo-like buffer. All substrate stock solutions were prepared in the in vivo-like buffer and the pH was adjusted to 7.0. The assays were performed in a final volume of 2 ml and contained 0.2 mM NADH, 1 mM phosphoenolpyruvate, 4 units pyruvate kinase, 4 units L-lactate dehydrogenase, 0.17 µM TbTryS, 2.1 mM ATP and varying amounts of glutathione, and spermidine.

Metabolite analysis in clock mutants: Col-0 parent and mutants gi-201, toc1-101 and prr7prr9; WS parent and lhy/cca1 double mutant. Plants grown in Golm and harvested at End of Day and End of Night, , assays 22 major metabolites. More detail on TiMet wiki if required. Heteroscedastic t-tests to highlight most significant changes, without multiple-testing correction.

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