Discovery of substrate cycles in large scale metabolic networks using hierarchical modularity.

Hassoun, Soha.
Sridharan, Gautham Vivek.
Ullah, Ehsan.
Lee, Kyongbum.
2015

Background: A substrate cycle is a set of metabolic reactions, arranged in a loop, which does not result in net consumption or production of the metabolites. The cycle operates by transforming a cofactor, e.g. oxidizing a reducing equivalent. Substrate cycles have been found experimentally in many parts of metabolism; however, their physiological roles remain unclear. As genome-scale metabolic mod... read more

Subjects
Systems biology.
Tufts University. Department of Computer Science.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/009701
Original publication
Sridharan, G. V., E. Ullah, S. Hassoun and K. Lee (2015). "Discovery of substrate cycles in large scale metabolic networks using hierarchical modularity." BMC Systems Biology 9(1). doi: 10.1186/s12918-015-0146-2.
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