Subsystem: Serine Biosynthesis
This subsystem's description is:
Serine biosynthesis is a major metabolic pathway in E. coli. Its end product, serine, is not only used in protein synthesis, but also as a precursor for the biosynthesis of glycine, cysteine, tryptophan, and phospholipids. In addition, it directly or indirectly serves as a source of one-carbon units for the biosynthesis of various compounds.
1.0 - can convert 3-phospho-serine to L-serine. This is also the first step in Glycine biosynthesis.
2.0 - has the capability to convert 3-phosphoglycerate to L-serine with a series of 3 reactions (SerA, SerC, SerB ) and also perform the role of the Variant #1 genomes
3.0 - only interconversion with Glycine (GlyA)
"x" after dot stands for a incomplete pathway.
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