Information on Organism Phanerochaete chrysosporium

TaxTree of Organism Phanerochaete chrysosporium
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(-)-dehydrodiconiferyl alcohol degradation
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(1'S,5'S)-averufin biosynthesis
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(1,4)-beta-D-xylan degradation
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(4Z,7Z,10Z,13Z,16Z)-docosapentaenoate biosynthesis (6-desaturase)
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(5Z)-dodecenoate biosynthesis II
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(S)-lactate fermentation to propanoate, acetate and hydrogen
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(S)-propane-1,2-diol degradation
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1,3-dimethylbenzene degradation to 3-methylbenzoate
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1,3-propanediol biosynthesis (engineered)
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1,4-dimethylbenzene degradation to 4-methylbenzoate
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1,5-anhydrofructose degradation
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1-butanol autotrophic biosynthesis (engineered)
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10-cis-heptadecenoyl-CoA degradation (yeast)
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10-trans-heptadecenoyl-CoA degradation (reductase-dependent, yeast)
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2'-deoxymugineic acid phytosiderophore biosynthesis
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2,5-xylenol and 3,5-xylenol degradation
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2-amino-3-hydroxycyclopent-2-enone biosynthesis
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2-deoxy-D-glucose 6-phosphate degradation
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2-methylpropene degradation
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2-nitrotoluene degradation
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3-chlorotoluene degradation II
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3-methyl-branched fatty acid alpha-oxidation
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3-methylbutanol biosynthesis (engineered)
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4-hydroxy-2-nonenal detoxification
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4-nitrotoluene degradation I
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6-gingerol analog biosynthesis (engineered)
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9-cis, 11-trans-octadecadienoyl-CoA degradation (isomerase-dependent, yeast)
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acetaldehyde biosynthesis I
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acetate and ATP formation from acetyl-CoA I
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acetate fermentation
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acetone degradation I (to methylglyoxal)
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acetone degradation III (to propane-1,2-diol)
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acetylene degradation (anaerobic)
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aerobic respiration (NDH-1 to cytochrome c oxidase via plastocyanin)
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aerobic respiration I (cytochrome c)
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aerobic respiration II (cytochrome c) (yeast)
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aerobic respiration III (alternative oxidase pathway)
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aerobic respiration in cyanobacteria (NDH-2 to cytochrome c oxidase via plastocyanin)
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Aflatoxin biosynthesis
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agarose degradation
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alanine metabolism
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alkane oxidation
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allantoin degradation
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allantoin degradation to glyoxylate II
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alpha-Linolenic acid metabolism
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alpha-tomatine degradation
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Amaryllidacea alkaloids biosynthesis
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Amino sugar and nucleotide sugar metabolism
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Aminobenzoate degradation
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ammonia oxidation II (anaerobic)
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amygdalin and prunasin degradation
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anaerobic energy metabolism (invertebrates, cytosol)
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anaerobic energy metabolism (invertebrates, mitochondrial)
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Arachidonic acid metabolism
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arachidonic acid metabolism
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Arginine and proline metabolism
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Arginine biosynthesis
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aromatic biogenic amine degradation (bacteria)
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aromatic polyketides biosynthesis
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arsenate detoxification V
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arsenite oxidation I (respiratory)
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Ascorbate and aldarate metabolism
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ascorbate metabolism
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assimilatory sulfate reduction II
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assimilatory sulfate reduction III
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assimilatory sulfate reduction IV
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ATP biosynthesis
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Atrazine degradation
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avenanthramide biosynthesis
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baicalein degradation (hydrogen peroxide detoxification)
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benzoate biosynthesis II (CoA-independent, non-beta-oxidative)
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Benzoate degradation
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beta-(1,4)-mannan degradation
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beta-Alanine metabolism
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Betalain biosynthesis
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betanidin degradation
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Bifidobacterium shunt
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Biosynthesis of 12-, 14- and 16-membered macrolides
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Biosynthesis of ansamycins
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Biosynthesis of secondary metabolites
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Biosynthesis of type II polyketide products
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Biosynthesis of unsaturated fatty acids
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Biosynthesis of various secondary metabolites - part 1
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bupropion degradation
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Butanoate metabolism
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butanol and isobutanol biosynthesis (engineered)
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C4 and CAM-carbon fixation
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C4 photosynthetic carbon assimilation cycle, NAD-ME type
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C5-Branched dibasic acid metabolism
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Caffeine metabolism
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Calvin-Benson-Bassham cycle
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camalexin biosynthesis
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capsaicin biosynthesis
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Carbon fixation in photosynthetic organisms
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Carbon fixation pathways in prokaryotes
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catechol degradation to 2-hydroxypentadienoate I
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catechol degradation to 2-hydroxypentadienoate II
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cellulose and hemicellulose degradation (cellulolosome)
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cellulose degradation
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cellulose degradation II (fungi)
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ceramide and sphingolipid recycling and degradation (yeast)
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ceramide degradation by alpha-oxidation
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chitin biosynthesis
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chitin degradation I (archaea)
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chitin degradation II (Vibrio)
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chitin degradation III (Serratia)
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chitin derivatives degradation
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Chloroalkane and chloroalkene degradation
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Chlorocyclohexane and chlorobenzene degradation
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chlorogenic acid biosynthesis I
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cholesterol biosynthesis
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cholesterol degradation to androstenedione I (cholesterol oxidase)
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cinnamoyl-CoA biosynthesis
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Citrate cycle (TCA cycle)
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citric acid cycle
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coumarin biosynthesis (via 2-coumarate)
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coumarins biosynthesis (engineered)
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creatine-phosphate biosynthesis
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crepenynate biosynthesis
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crotonyl-CoA/ethylmalonyl-CoA/hydroxybutyryl-CoA cycle (engineered)
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curcuminoid biosynthesis
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Cyanoamino acid metabolism
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Cysteine and methionine metabolism
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cysteine metabolism
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D-glucuronate degradation I
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D-sorbitol biosynthesis I
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d-xylose degradation
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D-xylose degradation II
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daunorubicin biosynthesis
degradation of pentoses
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denitrification
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diethylphosphate degradation
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dissimilatory sulfate reduction I (to hydrogen sufide))
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docosahexaenoate biosynthesis III (6-desaturase, mammals)
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dopamine degradation
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Drug metabolism - cytochrome P450
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Drug metabolism - other enzymes
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Entner Doudoroff pathway
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Entner-Doudoroff pathway I
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Entner-Doudoroff pathway III (semi-phosphorylative)
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ephedrine biosynthesis
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ergosterol biosynthesis I
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ergosterol biosynthesis II
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erythromycin D biosynthesis
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ethanol degradation I
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ethanol degradation II
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ethanol degradation III
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ethanol degradation IV
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ethanol fermentation
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ethanolamine utilization
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ethene biosynthesis I (plants)
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ethene biosynthesis III (microbes)
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ethene biosynthesis V (engineered)
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farnesene biosynthesis
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fatty acid alpha-oxidation I (plants)
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fatty acid beta-oxidation II (plant peroxisome)
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fatty acid beta-oxidation V (unsaturated, odd number, di-isomerase-dependent)
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fatty acid beta-oxidation VI (mammalian peroxisome)
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fatty acid beta-oxidation VII (yeast peroxisome)
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Fatty acid degradation
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Fe(II) oxidation
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firefly bioluminescence
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flavonoid biosynthesis
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Flavonoid biosynthesis
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flavonoid biosynthesis (in equisetum)
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flavonoid di-C-glucosylation
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Folate biosynthesis
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formaldehyde assimilation I (serine pathway)
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formaldehyde assimilation II (assimilatory RuMP Cycle)
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formaldehyde assimilation III (dihydroxyacetone cycle)
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formaldehyde oxidation
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formaldehyde oxidation I
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formaldehyde oxidation II (glutathione-dependent)
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formate oxidation to CO2
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formate to nitrite electron transfer
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fructan degradation
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Fructose and mannose metabolism
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Galactose metabolism
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gallate degradation III (anaerobic)
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GDP-mannose biosynthesis
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geosmin biosynthesis
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ginsenoside metabolism
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gliotoxin biosynthesis
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gluconeogenesis I
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gluconeogenesis II (Methanobacterium thermoautotrophicum)
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gluconeogenesis III
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Glutathione metabolism
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glutathione metabolism
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glutathione-mediated detoxification I
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glutathione-mediated detoxification II
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glutathione-peroxide redox reactions
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glycerol degradation to butanol
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Glycerolipid metabolism
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glycine biosynthesis II
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glycine cleavage
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glycine degradation (reductive Stickland reaction)
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glycine metabolism
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Glycine, serine and threonine metabolism
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glycogen degradation II
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glycogen degradation III (via anhydrofructose)
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glycogen metabolism
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glycolysis
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Glycolysis / Gluconeogenesis
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glycolysis I (from glucose 6-phosphate)
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glycolysis II (from fructose 6-phosphate)
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glycolysis III (from glucose)
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glycolysis IV
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glycolysis V (Pyrococcus)
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Glycosaminoglycan degradation
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Glycosphingolipid biosynthesis - globo and isoglobo series
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Glyoxylate and dicarboxylate metabolism
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glyoxylate cycle
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gossypol biosynthesis
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guanosine ribonucleotides de novo biosynthesis
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heme metabolism
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heterolactic fermentation
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histamine degradation
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Histidine metabolism
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histidine metabolism
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homocysteine and cysteine interconversion
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hydrogen sulfide biosynthesis II (mammalian)
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hypotaurine degradation
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incomplete reductive TCA cycle
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indole glucosinolate activation (intact plant cell)
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Insect hormone biosynthesis
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iron reduction and absorption
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isoleucine metabolism
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isoprene biosynthesis II (engineered)
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Isoquinoline alkaloid biosynthesis
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jasmonic acid biosynthesis
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justicidin B biosynthesis
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kappa-carrageenan degradation
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L-arabinose degradation II
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L-ascorbate degradation II (bacterial, aerobic)
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L-ascorbate degradation III
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L-cysteine biosynthesis III (from L-homocysteine)
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L-cysteine biosynthesis VI (from L-methionine)
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L-dopa and L-dopachrome biosynthesis
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L-glutamine biosynthesis III
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L-isoleucine degradation II
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L-leucine biosynthesis
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L-leucine degradation III
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L-lysine fermentation to acetate and butanoate
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L-methionine degradation I (to L-homocysteine)
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L-methionine degradation III
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L-phenylalanine degradation III
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L-threonine degradation I
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L-tryptophan biosynthesis
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L-tryptophan degradation V (side chain pathway)
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L-tryptophan degradation X (mammalian, via tryptamine)
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L-tyrosine degradation I
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L-tyrosine degradation III
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L-valine degradation II
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lactate fermentation
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leucine metabolism
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Limonene and pinene degradation
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limonene degradation IV (anaerobic)
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linamarin degradation
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linoleate biosynthesis II (animals)
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Linoleic acid metabolism
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linustatin bioactivation
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lipid metabolism
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lotaustralin degradation
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luteolin triglucuronide degradation
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Lysine degradation
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m-cresol degradation
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malate/L-aspartate shuttle pathway
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manganese oxidation I
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matairesinol biosynthesis
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melatonin degradation I
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melibiose degradation
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Metabolic pathways
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metabolism of amino sugars and derivatives
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metabolism of disaccharids
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Metabolism of xenobiotics by cytochrome P450
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Methane metabolism
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methane metabolism
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methanogenesis from acetate
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methanol oxidation to formaldehyde IV
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methionine metabolism
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methyl indole-3-acetate interconversion
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methyl ketone biosynthesis (engineered)
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methylaspartate cycle
methylglyoxal degradation V
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methylglyoxal degradation VI
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methylsalicylate degradation
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mevalonate metabolism
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mevalonate pathway I (eukaryotes and bacteria)
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mevalonate pathway II (haloarchaea)
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mevalonate pathway III (Thermoplasma)
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mevalonate pathway IV (archaea)
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Microbial metabolism in diverse environments
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mitochondrial NADPH production (yeast)
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mixed acid fermentation
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Monobactam biosynthesis
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N-acetylglucosamine degradation I
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NAD metabolism
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NAD(P)/NADPH interconversion
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NADH to cytochrome bd oxidase electron transfer I
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NADH to cytochrome bo oxidase electron transfer I
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Naphthalene degradation
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naringenin biosynthesis (engineered)
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neolinustatin bioactivation
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nicotine degradation IV
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nicotine degradation V
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nitrate reduction I (denitrification)
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nitrate reduction II (assimilatory)
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nitrate reduction VII (denitrification)
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nitrate reduction X (dissimilatory, periplasmic)
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nitrifier denitrification
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nitrite-dependent anaerobic methane oxidation
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Nitrogen metabolism
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nocardicin A biosynthesis
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non-pathway related
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noradrenaline and adrenaline degradation
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o-diquinones biosynthesis
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octane oxidation
oleate beta-oxidation (isomerase-dependent, yeast)
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ornithine metabolism
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Other glycan degradation
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oxalate degradation III
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oxalate degradation IV
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oxalate degradation V
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oxalate degradation VI
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Oxidative phosphorylation
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oxidative phosphorylation
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p-cymene degradation to p-cumate
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Pantothenate and CoA biosynthesis
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pantothenate biosynthesis
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partial TCA cycle (obligate autotrophs)
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pectin degradation II
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pentachlorophenol degradation
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Pentose and glucuronate interconversions
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Pentose phosphate pathway
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pentose phosphate pathway
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pentose phosphate pathway (non-oxidative branch) I
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pentose phosphate pathway (non-oxidative branch) II
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pentose phosphate pathway (partial)
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phenol degradation
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phenolic malonylglucosides biosynthesis
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Phenylalanine metabolism
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phenylalanine metabolism
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Phenylalanine, tyrosine and tryptophan biosynthesis
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phenylethanol biosynthesis
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phenylpropanoid biosynthesis
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Phenylpropanoid biosynthesis
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phenylpropanoid biosynthesis
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phenylpropanoid biosynthesis, initial reactions
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phenylpropanoids methylation (ice plant)
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pheomelanin biosynthesis
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phloridzin biosynthesis
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phosphate acquisition
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phosphopantothenate biosynthesis I
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Photosynthesis
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photosynthesis
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phytol degradation
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phytosterol biosynthesis (plants)
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poly-hydroxy fatty acids biosynthesis
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porphyran degradation
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Porphyrin and chlorophyll metabolism
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Propanoate metabolism
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propanol degradation
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propanoyl-CoA degradation II
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propionate fermentation
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protein S-nitrosylation and denitrosylation
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Purine metabolism
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purine metabolism
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purine nucleobases degradation I (anaerobic)
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purine nucleobases degradation II (anaerobic)
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putrescine degradation III
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Pyrimidine metabolism
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pyrimidine metabolism
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pyruvate fermentation to acetate II
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pyruvate fermentation to acetate IV
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pyruvate fermentation to ethanol I
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pyruvate fermentation to ethanol II
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pyruvate fermentation to ethanol III
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pyruvate fermentation to isobutanol (engineered)
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pyruvate fermentation to propanoate I
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Pyruvate metabolism
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reactive oxygen species degradation
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reductive acetyl coenzyme A pathway
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reductive TCA cycle I
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reductive TCA cycle II
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retinol biosynthesis
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Retinol metabolism
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Riboflavin metabolism
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rosmarinic acid biosynthesis I
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Rubisco shunt
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S-adenosyl-L-methionine biosynthesis
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S-adenosyl-L-methionine salvage I
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S-adenosyl-L-methionine salvage II
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salicin biosynthesis
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salicortin biosynthesis
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salidroside biosynthesis
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scopoletin biosynthesis
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selenate reduction
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Selenocompound metabolism
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serotonin degradation
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sesamin biosynthesis
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Sesquiterpenoid and triterpenoid biosynthesis
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sophorosyloxydocosanoate deacetylation
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sorgoleone biosynthesis
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Sphingolipid metabolism
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sphingosine and sphingosine-1-phosphate metabolism
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stachyose degradation
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Starch and sucrose metabolism
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starch biosynthesis
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starch degradation
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Steroid biosynthesis
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Steroid degradation
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Steroid hormone biosynthesis
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Stilbenoid, diarylheptanoid and gingerol biosynthesis
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Styrene degradation
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suberin monomers biosynthesis
succinate to cytochrome bd oxidase electron transfer
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succinate to cytochrome bo oxidase electron transfer
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sucrose biosynthesis I (from photosynthesis)
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sucrose biosynthesis II
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sucrose biosynthesis III
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sucrose degradation II (sucrose synthase)
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sucrose degradation III (sucrose invertase)
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sucrose degradation IV (sucrose phosphorylase)
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sucrose degradation V (sucrose alpha-glucosidase)
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sulfate activation for sulfonation
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sulfate reduction
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sulfite oxidation III
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sulfopterin metabolism
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Sulfur metabolism
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superoxide radicals degradation
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superpathway of fermentation (Chlamydomonas reinhardtii)
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superpathway of glucose and xylose degradation
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superpathway of glyoxylate cycle and fatty acid degradation
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superpathway of methylsalicylate metabolism
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superpathway of photosynthetic hydrogen production
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Taurine and hypotaurine metabolism
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TCA cycle I (prokaryotic)
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TCA cycle II (plants and fungi)
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TCA cycle III (animals)
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TCA cycle IV (2-oxoglutarate decarboxylase)
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TCA cycle V (2-oxoglutarate synthase)
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TCA cycle VI (Helicobacter)
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TCA cycle VII (acetate-producers)
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tea aroma glycosidic precursor bioactivation
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Terpenoid backbone biosynthesis
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tetrachloroethene degradation
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tetrapyrrole biosynthesis II (from glycine)
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Thiamine metabolism
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thymine degradation
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thyroid hormone biosynthesis
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Toluene degradation
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toluene degradation to 2-hydroxypentadienoate (via 4-methylcatechol)
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toluene degradation to 2-hydroxypentadienoate (via toluene-cis-diol)
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toluene degradation to 2-hydroxypentadienoate I (via o-cresol)
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toluene degradation to benzoate
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trehalose degradation II (cytosolic)
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trehalose degradation VI (periplasmic)
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tRNA processing
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Tryptophan metabolism
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tryptophan metabolism
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Tyrosine metabolism
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tyrosine metabolism
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Ubiquinone and other terpenoid-quinone biosynthesis
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UDP-N-acetyl-D-galactosamine biosynthesis II
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UDP-N-acetyl-D-galactosamine biosynthesis III
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UDP-N-acetyl-D-glucosamine biosynthesis I
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UDP-N-acetyl-D-glucosamine biosynthesis II
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UMP biosynthesis I
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UMP biosynthesis II
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UMP biosynthesis III
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uracil degradation I (reductive)
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urea cycle
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urea degradation II
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valine metabolism
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Valine, leucine and isoleucine biosynthesis
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Valine, leucine and isoleucine degradation
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vanillin biosynthesis I
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vitamin B1 metabolism
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vitamin K-epoxide cycle
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xanthohumol biosynthesis
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Xylene degradation
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xyloglucan degradation II (exoglucanase)
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ORGANISM
COMMENTARY hide
LITERATURE
UNIPROT
SEQUENCE DB
SOURCE
SOURCE TISSUE
ORGANISM
UNIPROT
COMMENTARY hide
LITERATURE
SOURCE
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shallow stationary culture growing on N-limited medium
Manually annotated by BRENDA team
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higher concentrations of foam and lower levels of spore inoculums result in the formation of scattered mycelial pellets, increased autolysis of chlamydospore-like cells (a reservoir of MnP), and a higher activity of MnP. Even though MnP is a secondary metabolite, the addition of 5times more glucose and diammonium tartrate, as carbon and nitrogen sources, results in a 4fold increase in the dry cell mass. MnP activity decreases under these conditions to less than half, due to the formation of increasingly dense pellets and the inhibited lysis of chlamydospore-like cells
Manually annotated by BRENDA team
LOCALIZATION
ORGANISM
UNIPROT
COMMENTARY hide
GeneOntology No.
LITERATURE
SOURCE
additional information
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peroxisome-like structure
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Manually annotated by BRENDA team
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