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=== [http://subtiwiki.uni-goettingen.de/subtipathways/index.php?pathway=lysi Lysine, threonine] ===
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Revision as of 14:59, 30 January 2014

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SubtiPathways is a model of B. subtilis metabolism and regulation in SBML/SBGN (Systems Biology Markup Language/ Graphical Notation). There is a color code for key metabolites (see the legend on the right side).

It can be used like Google Maps (scroll and zoom to the pathways). The markers of proteins and compounds listed on the right side in each pathway are containing links to the corresponding SubtiWiki and PubChem pages, respectively. There is a short description for each protein in the bubbles, too.

Contact: General Microbiology, University of Göttingen, send mail

Now online: A description of SubtiWiki, SubtiPathways, and SubtInteract in the 2012 Database issue of Nucleic Acids Research

Ulrike Mäder, Arne G Schmeisky, Lope A Flórez, Jörg Stülke
SubtiWiki--a comprehensive community resource for the model organism Bacillus subtilis.
Nucleic Acids Res.: 2012, 40(Database issue);D1278-87
[PubMed:22096228] [WorldCat.org] [DOI] (I p)

A collection of important papers on B. subtilis metabolism can be found here

Carbon metabolism

Central carbon metabolism

Utilization of different carbon sources

Nitrogen and amino acid metabolism

Ammonium assimilation and glutamate metabolism (incl. glutamine and arginine)

Alanine, glycine, serine

Aspartate, asparagine

Cysteine, methionine


Isoleucine, valine, leucine

Lysine, threonine

Phenylalanine, tyrosine, tryptophan


Utilization of other nitrogen sources

Lipid metabolism

Fatty acid and phospholipid biosynthesis

Fatty acid degradation


Gene regulation of nucleotide metabolism

Nucleoside catabolism

Purine biosynthesis

Purine catabolism

Purine salvage pathways

Pyrimidine metabolism

Metabolism of cofactors

CoA synthesis

Folate biosynthesis


Riboflavin and FAD synthesis

Thiamin synthesis

Biotin synthesis

Other pathways

Cell wall

Murein recycling

Stress responses


Sulfate assimilation

tRNA charging

Biofilm formation

Protein secretion

metal ion homeostasis

Publications describing SubtiWiki and SubtiPathways