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Finding the First Bacterium

News   Apr 01, 2021 | Original story from Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf

 
Finding the First Bacterium

The metabolic network of the last bacterial common ancestor, LBCA. The small circles are metabolites or compounds; the diamonds are reactions. Arrows indicate the flow of compounds to and from reactions. Three large functional modules of the network are highlighted as large regions. Credit: Joana Xavier/ HHU

 
 
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