A metabolic model of the mitochondrion and its use in modelling diseases of the tricarboxylic acid cycle
The Medical Research Council, Mitochondrial Biology Unit, Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 0XY, UK
BMC Systems Biology 2011, 5:102 doi:10.1186/1752-0509-5-102Published: 29 June 2011
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Reaction details. Excel file detailing the reactions included in the model including the applied directionality, evidence for mitochondrial localisation and corresponding KEGG identifier, where applicable.
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Metabolite details. Excel file detailing the metabolites included in the model, the assigned compartment and corresponding KEGG identifier.
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Applied constraints. Excel file detailing the constraints placed on the boundary conditions and the mitochondrial transport steps.
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iAS253 metabolic model in SBML format. XML file of the iAS253 model, in SBML format. Boundary constraints and biomass pseudo reactions are included.
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Supplementary Figures. Supplementary Figure S1. Graph of the effect of varying succinate dehydrogenase flux on maximum ATP production. Supplementary Figure S2. Effects of metabolites on maximum ATP production while succinate dehydrogenase deficiency flux is at 33% of its flux under normal conditions. Supplementary Figure S3. Effects of metabolites on maximum ATP production while succinate dehydrogenase deficiency flux is at 0% of its flux under normal conditions. Supplementary Figure S4. The active pathways (red) that contribute to ATP production during succinate dehydrogenase deficiency. Black dotted lines show pathways that are inactive.
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