Team:Valencia UPV/Achievements

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<li><a class="black-bold">A broad understanding of plant metabolism, by adapting and exploitation of a genome-scale model of Arabidopsis thaliana primary metabolism able to help us theoretically optimize the pheromone production </a> <a href="http://2014.igem.org/Team:Valencia_UPV/Modeling/fba" class="normal-link-page"> Modeling: Pheromone Production</a>
<li><a class="black-bold">A broad understanding of plant metabolism, by adapting and exploitation of a genome-scale model of Arabidopsis thaliana primary metabolism able to help us theoretically optimize the pheromone production </a> <a href="http://2014.igem.org/Team:Valencia_UPV/Modeling/fba" class="normal-link-page"> Modeling: Pheromone Production</a>
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<li>Adapting the AraGEM genome-scale model to our pheromone production pathway by branching the flux of our precursor metabolite Palmitic acic (16:0).</li>
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<li>Adapting the AraGEM genome-scale model to our pheromone production pathway by branching the flux of our precursor metabolite Palmitic acid (16:0).</li>
<li>Identifying the principal: i) cell compartments and scenarios of the plant metabolism, ii) flux bounds and constraints for each scenario, and iii) the interactions between chemical reactions and substrates related to our pheromone. </li>
<li>Identifying the principal: i) cell compartments and scenarios of the plant metabolism, ii) flux bounds and constraints for each scenario, and iii) the interactions between chemical reactions and substrates related to our pheromone. </li>
<li>Exploring genetic conditions that could improve our pheromone production by Single gene Knock-out analysis. </li>
<li>Exploring genetic conditions that could improve our pheromone production by Single gene Knock-out analysis. </li>

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Achievements


As it can bee observed surfing our wiki, at the end of this long road we have accomplished many positive results: