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Temporal segregation of biosynthetic processes is responsible for metabolic oscillations during the budding yeast cell cycle

Metabolic dynamics during the cell cycle

Mutations in respiratory complex I promote antibiotic persistence through alterations in intracellular acidity and protein synthesis

Perspective: A stirring role for metabolism in cells

The timing of Start is determined primarily by increased synthesis of the Cln3 activator rather than dilution of the Whi5 inhibitor

A New Sugar for an Old Phage: a c-di-GMP-Dependent Polysaccharide Pathway Sensitizes Escherichia coli for Bacteriophage Infection

A Robust Method for Generating, Quantifying, and Testing Large Numbers of Escherichia coli Persisters

A synthetic RNA-based biosensor for fructose-1,6-bisphosphate that reports glycolytic flux

Mass spectrometry-based metabolomics: A guide for annotation, quantification and best reporting practices

Physical bioenergetics: Energy fluxes, budgets, and constraints in cells

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RUG-hoogleraar biochemie Matthias Heineman is lid van het kernteam FutureCarbonNL

Ritme van biosynthese is metabool bepaald

Nieuwe ontdekking over productie van DNA | Engineeringnet

Key Biosynthetic Processes Are Separated in Time

Important biosynthetic processes are separated in time

Cellen vermijden multitasking - Belangrijke biochemische reacties vinden op verschillende momenten plaats

Cells avoid multitasking - Essential biochemical reactions are found to be separated in time

Cells avoid multitasking: Examining the cause of metabolic oscillations that lead up to cell division

Cells avoid multitasking

Groene koolstof heeft de toekomst

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