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Predicting bacterial growth conditions from bacterial physiology

bioRxiv

Jan 31, 2014

Viswanadham SridharaClaus O Wilke

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Bacterial physiology reflects the environmental conditions of growth. A widely studied problem in systems biology is to predict bacterial phenotype from growth conditions, using mechanistic models such as flux balance analysis (FBA). However, the inverse prediction of growth conditions ...read more

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Systems Biology
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Predicting bacterial growth conditions from bacterial physiology

bioRxiv

Jan 31, 2014

Viswanadham SridharaClaus O Wilke

PMID: 990002287

DOI: 10.1101/002287

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Bacterial physiology reflects the environmental conditions of growth. A widely studied problem in systems biology is to predict bacterial phenotype from growth conditions, using mechanistic models such as flux balance analysis (FBA). However, the inverse prediction of growth conditions ...read more

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Systems Biology
Metabolic Process, Cellular
Biochemical Pathway
Metabolism
Metabolic Aspects
Nitrogen
Physiological Aspects
Entamoeba coli
7-fluorobenzanthracene
Carbon
13
3

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