Information on Organism Phanerochaete chrysosporium

TaxTree of Organism Phanerochaete chrysosporium
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EC NUMBER
COMMENTARY hide
preliminary BRENDA-supplied EC number
preliminary BRENDA-supplied EC number
transferred to EC 1.7.1.1, nitrate reductase (NADH), EC 1.7.1.2, nitrate reductase [NAD(P)H], EC 1.7.1.3, nitrate reductase (NADPH), EC 1.7.5.1, nitrate reductase (quinone), EC 1.7.7.2, nitrate reductase (ferredoxin) and EC 1.9.6.1, nitrate reductase (cytochrome)
preliminary BRENDA-supplied EC number
preliminary BRENDA-supplied EC number
preliminary BRENDA-supplied EC number
preliminary BRENDA-supplied EC number
deleted 2008. Now divided into EC 4.3.1.23 (tyrosine ammonia-lyase), EC 4.3.1.24 (phenylalanine ammonia-lyase) and EC 4.3.1.25 (phenylalanine/tyrosine ammonia-lyase)
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(S)-propane-1,2-diol degradation
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3-methylbutanol biosynthesis (engineered)
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acetaldehyde biosynthesis I
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acetylene degradation (anaerobic)
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alpha-Linolenic acid metabolism
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Biosynthesis of secondary metabolites
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butanol and isobutanol biosynthesis (engineered)
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chitin degradation to ethanol
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Chloroalkane and chloroalkene degradation
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Drug metabolism - cytochrome P450
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ethanol degradation I
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ethanol degradation II
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ethanol fermentation
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ethanolamine utilization
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Fatty acid degradation
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Glycine, serine and threonine metabolism
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Glycolysis / Gluconeogenesis
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heterolactic fermentation
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L-isoleucine degradation II
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L-leucine degradation III
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L-methionine degradation III
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L-phenylalanine degradation III
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L-tryptophan degradation V (side chain pathway)
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L-tyrosine degradation III
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L-valine degradation II
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leucine metabolism
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Metabolic pathways
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Metabolism of xenobiotics by cytochrome P450
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methionine metabolism
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Microbial metabolism in diverse environments
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mixed acid fermentation
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Naphthalene degradation
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noradrenaline and adrenaline degradation
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phenylalanine metabolism
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phenylethanol biosynthesis
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phytol degradation
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propanol degradation
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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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Retinol metabolism
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salidroside biosynthesis
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serotonin degradation
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superpathway of fermentation (Chlamydomonas reinhardtii)
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Tyrosine metabolism
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tyrosine metabolism
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valine metabolism
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D-glucuronate degradation I
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L-arabinose degradation II
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Pentose and glucuronate interconversions
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isoprene biosynthesis II (engineered)
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mevalonate metabolism
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mevalonate pathway I
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mevalonate pathway II (archaea)
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mevalonate pathway III (archaea)
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Terpenoid backbone biosynthesis
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(S)-lactate fermentation to propanoate, acetate and hydrogen
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alanine metabolism
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anaerobic energy metabolism (invertebrates, cytosol)
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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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Carbon fixation in photosynthetic organisms
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Carbon fixation pathways in prokaryotes
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Citrate cycle (TCA cycle)
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citric acid cycle
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Cysteine and methionine metabolism
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formaldehyde assimilation I (serine pathway)
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gluconeogenesis I
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gluconeogenesis III
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Glyoxylate and dicarboxylate metabolism
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glyoxylate cycle
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incomplete reductive TCA cycle
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malate/L-aspartate shuttle pathway
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Methane metabolism
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methylaspartate cycle
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partial TCA cycle (obligate autotrophs)
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pyruvate fermentation to propanoate I
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Pyruvate metabolism
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reductive TCA cycle I
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reductive TCA cycle II
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superpathway of glyoxylate cycle and fatty acid degradation
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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:ferredoxin oxidoreductase)
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L-glutamine biosynthesis III
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methylglyoxal degradation VI
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C5-Branched dibasic acid metabolism
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isoleucine metabolism
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Valine, leucine and isoleucine biosynthesis
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1,3-dimethylbenzene degradation to 3-methylbenzoate
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1,4-dimethylbenzene degradation to 4-methylbenzoate
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2,5-xylenol and 3,5-xylenol degradation
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3-chlorotoluene degradation II
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m-cresol degradation
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Phenylalanine metabolism
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salicin biosynthesis
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salicortin biosynthesis
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Toluene degradation
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toluene degradation to benzoate
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Xylene degradation
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formaldehyde oxidation
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formaldehyde oxidation II (glutathione-dependent)
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protein S-nitrosylation and denitrosylation
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D-xylose degradation II
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lactate fermentation
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methylglyoxal degradation V
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Pentose phosphate pathway
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cholesterol degradation to androstenedione I (cholesterol oxidase)
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Steroid degradation
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Galactose metabolism
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methane metabolism
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methanol oxidation to formaldehyde IV
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Aminobenzoate degradation
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cellulose degradation
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alkane oxidation
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Arginine and proline metabolism
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aromatic biogenic amine degradation (bacteria)
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Ascorbate and aldarate metabolism
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beta-Alanine metabolism
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beta-methyl-branched fatty acid alpha-oxidation
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ceramide and sphingolipid recycling and degradation (yeast)
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ceramide degradation by alpha-oxidation
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dimethylsulfoniopropanoate biosynthesis I (Wollastonia)
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dimethylsulfoniopropanoate biosynthesis II (Spartina)
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dopamine degradation
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Entner Doudoroff pathway
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Entner-Doudoroff pathway III (semi-phosphorylative)
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ethanol degradation III
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ethanol degradation IV
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fatty acid alpha-oxidation I (plants)
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Glycerolipid metabolism
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histamine degradation
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Histidine metabolism
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histidine metabolism
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hypotaurine degradation
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Insect hormone biosynthesis
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L-tryptophan degradation X (mammalian, via tryptamine)
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Limonene and pinene degradation
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limonene degradation IV (anaerobic)
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Lysine degradation
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NAD/NADP-NADH/NADPH mitochondrial interconversion (yeast)
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non-pathway related
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octane oxidation
putrescine degradation III
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sphingosine and sphingosine-1-phosphate metabolism
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Tryptophan metabolism
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Valine, leucine and isoleucine degradation
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Bifidobacterium shunt
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Entner-Doudoroff pathway I
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formaldehyde assimilation III (dihydroxyacetone cycle)
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glycerol degradation to butanol
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glycolysis
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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 (plant cytosol)
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sucrose biosynthesis I (from photosynthesis)
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superpathway of glucose and xylose degradation
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(-)-dehydrodiconiferyl alcohol degradation
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4-nitrotoluene degradation I
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p-cymene degradation to p-cumate
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photosynthesis
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oxalate degradation IV
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Porphyrin and chlorophyll metabolism
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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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10-cis-heptadecenoyl-CoA degradation (yeast)
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10-trans-heptadecenoyl-CoA degradation (reductase-dependent, yeast)
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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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Biosynthesis of unsaturated fatty acids
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crotonyl-CoA/ethylmalonyl-CoA/hydroxybutyryl-CoA cycle (engineered)
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docosahexaenoate biosynthesis III (6-desaturase, mammals)
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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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jasmonic acid biosynthesis
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lipid metabolism
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methyl ketone biosynthesis (engineered)
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oleate beta-oxidation (isomerase-dependent, yeast)
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Propanoate metabolism
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propanoyl-CoA degradation II
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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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Butanoate metabolism
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Oxidative phosphorylation
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propionate fermentation
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succinate to cytochrome bd oxidase electron transfer
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succinate to cytochrome bo oxidase electron transfer
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TCA cycle VII (acetate-producers)
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glycine biosynthesis II
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glycine cleavage
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glycine metabolism
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Amino sugar and nucleotide sugar metabolism
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superpathway of photosynthetic hydrogen production
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Ubiquinone and other terpenoid-quinone biosynthesis
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vitamin K-epoxide cycle
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nitrate reduction II (assimilatory)
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Nitrogen metabolism
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ammonia oxidation II (anaerobic)
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denitrification
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nitrate reduction I (denitrification)
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nitrate reduction VII (denitrification)
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nitrifier denitrification
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nitrite-dependent anaerobic methane oxidation
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nitrate assimilation
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Glutathione metabolism
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glutathione metabolism
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glutathione-peroxide redox reactions
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Isoquinoline alkaloid biosynthesis
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o-diquinones biosynthesis
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justicidin B biosynthesis
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matairesinol biosynthesis
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sesamin biosynthesis
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reactive oxygen species degradation
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superoxide radicals degradation
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baicalein degradation (hydrogen peroxide detoxification)
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betanidin degradation
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luteolin triglucuronide degradation
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Phenylpropanoid biosynthesis
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thyroid hormone biosynthesis
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Arachidonic acid metabolism
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arachidonic acid metabolism
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ascorbate metabolism
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L-ascorbate degradation II (bacterial, aerobic)
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L-ascorbate degradation III
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L-ascorbate degradation V
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manganese oxidation I
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Drug metabolism - other enzymes
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2-nitrotoluene degradation
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Benzoate degradation
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catechol degradation to 2-hydroxypentadienoate I
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catechol degradation to 2-hydroxypentadienoate II
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Chlorocyclohexane and chlorobenzene degradation
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phenol degradation
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Styrene 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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L-tyrosine degradation I
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1,5-anhydrofructose degradation
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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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Amaryllidacea alkaloids biosynthesis
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bupropion degradation
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Caffeine metabolism
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Linoleic acid metabolism
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melatonin degradation I
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nicotine degradation IV
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nicotine degradation V
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Steroid hormone biosynthesis
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vanillin biosynthesis I
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Cyanoamino acid metabolism
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cholesterol biosynthesis
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cholesterol biosynthesis (plants)
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ergosterol biosynthesis II
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Steroid biosynthesis
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Betalain biosynthesis
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firefly bioluminescence
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L-dopa and L-dopachrome biosynthesis
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pheomelanin biosynthesis
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linoleate biosynthesis II (animals)
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sorgoleone biosynthesis
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crepenynate biosynthesis
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ergosterol biosynthesis I
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phytosterol biosynthesis (plants)
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chitin degradation III (Serratia)
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ethylene biosynthesis III (microbes)
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iron reduction and absorption
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formate oxidation to CO2
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oxalate degradation III
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oxalate degradation VI
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purine nucleobases degradation I (anaerobic)
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purine nucleobases degradation II (anaerobic)
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reductive acetyl coenzyme A pathway
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tetrachloroethene degradation
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capsaicin biosynthesis
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chlorogenic acid biosynthesis I
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coumarins biosynthesis (engineered)
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Flavonoid biosynthesis
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phenylpropanoid biosynthesis
phenylpropanoids methylation (ice plant)
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scopoletin biosynthesis
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Stilbenoid, diarylheptanoid and gingerol biosynthesis
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suberin monomers biosynthesis
2-amino-3-hydroxycyclopent-2-enone biosynthesis
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heme metabolism
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tetrapyrrole biosynthesis II (from glycine)
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aromatic polyketides 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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naringenin biosynthesis (engineered)
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phloridzin biosynthesis
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xanthohumol biosynthesis
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Biosynthesis of 12-, 14- and 16-membered macrolides
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erythromycin D biosynthesis
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Biosynthesis of various secondary metabolites - part 1
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(1'S,5'S)-averufin biosynthesis
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Aflatoxin biosynthesis
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L-leucine biosynthesis
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Starch and sucrose metabolism
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phenolic malonylglucosides biosynthesis
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Pyrimidine metabolism
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pyrimidine metabolism
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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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2'-deoxymugineic acid phytosiderophore biosynthesis
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ethylene biosynthesis I (plants)
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L-methionine degradation I (to L-homocysteine)
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S-adenosyl-L-methionine biosynthesis
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S-adenosyl-L-methionine cycle II
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4-hydroxy-2-nonenal detoxification
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camalexin biosynthesis
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gliotoxin biosynthesis
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glutathione-mediated detoxification I
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glutathione-mediated detoxification II
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indole glucosinolate activation (intact plant cell)
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pentachlorophenol degradation
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acetate and ATP formation from acetyl-CoA I
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acetate fermentation
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gallate degradation III (anaerobic)
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glycine degradation (Stickland reaction)
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L-lysine fermentation to acetate and butanoate
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L-threonine degradation I
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methanogenesis from acetate
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purine metabolism
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pyruvate fermentation to acetate II
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pyruvate fermentation to acetate IV
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Taurine and hypotaurine metabolism
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1-butanol autotrophic biosynthesis (engineered)
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Calvin-Benson-Bassham cycle
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assimilatory sulfate reduction II
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assimilatory sulfate reduction III
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dissimilatory sulfate reduction I (to hydrogen sufide))
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dissimilatory sulfate reduction II (to thiosulfate)
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Monobactam biosynthesis
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Purine metabolism
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selenate reduction
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Selenocompound metabolism
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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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Sulfur metabolism
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methyl indole-3-acetate interconversion
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methylsalicylate degradation
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retinol biosynthesis
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superpathway of methylsalicylate metabolism
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sophorosyloxydocosanoate deacetylation
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cellulose and hemicellulose degradation (cellulolosome)
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diethylphosphate degradation
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Folate biosynthesis
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sulfopterin metabolism
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Thiamine metabolism
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NAD metabolism
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phosphate acquisition
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Riboflavin metabolism
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vitamin B1 metabolism
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tRNA processing
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glycogen metabolism
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starch degradation
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glycogen degradation II
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cellulose degradation II (fungi)
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(1,4)-beta-D-xylan degradation
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d-xylose degradation
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chitin degradation I (archaea)
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chitin degradation II (Vibrio)
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Other glycan degradation
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Sphingolipid metabolism
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alpha-tomatine degradation
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coumarin biosynthesis (via 2-coumarate)
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ginsenoside metabolism
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linamarin degradation
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linustatin bioactivation
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lotaustralin degradation
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neolinustatin bioactivation
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Glycosphingolipid biosynthesis - globo and isoglobo series
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melibiose degradation
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metabolism of disaccharids
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stachyose degradation
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sucrose degradation III (sucrose invertase)
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sucrose degradation V (sucrose alpha-glucosidase)
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Glycosaminoglycan degradation
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degradation of pentoses
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pectin degradation II
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beta-(1,4)-mannan degradation
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Fructose and mannose metabolism
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fructan degradation
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agarose degradation
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porphyran degradation
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kappa-carrageenan degradation
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amygdalin and prunasin degradation
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tea aroma glycosidic precursor bioactivation
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xyloglucan degradation II (exoglucanase)
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2-methylpropene degradation
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poly-hydroxy fatty acids biosynthesis
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nocardicin A biosynthesis
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Arginine biosynthesis
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Atrazine degradation
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urea cycle
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urea degradation II
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allantoin degradation
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allantoin degradation to glyoxylate II
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Pantothenate and CoA biosynthesis
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thymine degradation
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uracil degradation I (reductive)
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chitin derivatives degradation
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metabolism of amino sugars and derivatives
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N-acetylglucosamine degradation I
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UDP-N-acetyl-D-galactosamine biosynthesis II
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oxalate degradation V
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L-tryptophan biosynthesis
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Phenylalanine, tyrosine and tryptophan biosynthesis
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tryptophan metabolism
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cysteine metabolism
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homocysteine and cysteine interconversion
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hydrogen sulfide biosynthesis II (mammalian)
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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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geosmin biosynthesis
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Sesquiterpenoid and triterpenoid biosynthesis
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farnesene biosynthesis
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benzoate biosynthesis II (CoA-independent, non-beta-oxidative)
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cinnamoyl-CoA biosynthesis
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ephedrine biosynthesis
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phenylpropanoid biosynthesis, initial reactions
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rosmarinic acid biosynthesis I
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1,3-propanediol biosynthesis (engineered)
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chitin biosynthesis
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D-sorbitol biosynthesis I
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formaldehyde oxidation I
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GDP-mannose biosynthesis
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gluconeogenesis II (Methanobacterium thermoautotrophicum)
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glycolysis V (Pyrococcus)
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starch biosynthesis
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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 IV (sucrose phosphorylase)
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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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glycogen degradation III (via anhydrofructose)
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pantothenate biosynthesis
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phosphopantothenate biosynthesis I
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guanosine ribonucleotides de novo biosynthesis
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Fe(II) oxidation
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NAD/NADH phosphorylation and dephosphorylation
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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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oxidative phosphorylation
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arsenite oxidation I (respiratory)
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ATP biosynthesis
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Photosynthesis
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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
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additional information
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peroxisome-like structure
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Manually annotated by BRENDA team
LINKS TO OTHER DATABASES (specific for Phanerochaete chrysosporium)