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From: Microarray data can predict diurnal changes of starch content in the picoalga Ostreococcus

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The starch metabolic pathway in to the chloroplast. EC numbers correspond to the respective enzymes: 5.3.1.9 - Glucose 6-phosphate isomerise (Ot11g02980); 5.4.2.2 - Phosphoglucomutase (Ot15g02630); 2.7.7.27 - ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase (Ot07g03280, Ot07g02930, Ot20g00490); 2.4.1.21 - Starch synthase (Ot06g03410, Ot13g01250, Ot16g02790, Ot13g01230, Ot16g01560); 2.4.1.242- Granule bound starch synthase (GBSSI )( Ot06g03200); 2.4.1.18- Starch branching enzyme (Ot03g00840, Ot04g04110); 2.4.1.1 -Starch phosphorylase (Ot11g00280, Ot04g02110); 2.4.1.25- Disproportionating enzyme (Ot02g05750, Ot02g05750, Ot11g02300); 2.7.9.4- α-glucan, water dikinase (GWD) (Ot13g01510, Ot16g02370, Ot04g04170, Ot08g01260); 3.2.1.1 - α-amylase (Ot16g00380, Ot02g05490, Ot10g00260, Ot07g02010); 3.2.1.2 - β- amylase (Ot02g06980, Ot03g03190, Ot03g03170); 3.2.1.68- Isoamylase (Ot14g02550, Ot12g00310); 3.2.1.142- Pullulanase (Ot01g03030); MEX1- maltose transporter (Ot09g03160). Asterisks* point out the potential targets for the genetic regulation revealed by the simulations.

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