%A Nägele,Thomas
%A Weckwerth,Wolfram
%D 2013
%J Frontiers in Plant Science
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%G English
%K Plant Systems Biology,Genome-scale models,Metabolomics,Inverse calculation,mathematical modeling,subcellular compartmentation
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%R 10.3389/fpls.2013.00541
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%N 541
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%8 2013-December-24
%9 Original Research
%+ Dr Thomas Nägele,University of Vienna,Ecogenomics and Systems Biology,Althanstraße 14,Vienna,1090,Austria,thomas.naegele@lmu.de
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%! Subcellular modeling of leaf metabolism
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%T A workflow for mathematical modeling of subcellular metabolic pathways in leaf metabolism of Arabidopsis thaliana
%U https://www.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fpls.2013.00541
%V 4
%0 JOURNAL ARTICLE
%@ 1664-462X
%X During the last decade genome sequencing has experienced a rapid technological development resulting in numerous sequencing projects and applications in life science. In plant molecular biology, the availability of sequence data on whole genomes has enabled the reconstruction of metabolic networks. Enzymatic reactions are predicted by the sequence information. Pathways arise due to the participation of chemical compounds as substrates and products in these reactions. Although several of these comprehensive networks have been reconstructed for the genetic model plant Arabidopsis thaliana, the integration of experimental data is still challenging. Particularly the analysis of subcellular organization of plant cells limits the understanding of regulatory instances in these metabolic networks in vivo. In this study, we develop an approach for the functional integration of experimental high-throughput data into such large-scale networks. We present a subcellular metabolic network model comprising 524 metabolic intermediates and 548 metabolic interactions derived from a total of 2769 reactions. We demonstrate how to link the metabolite covariance matrix of different Arabidopsis thaliana accessions with the subcellular metabolic network model for the inverse calculation of the biochemical Jacobian, finally resulting in the calculation of a matrix which satisfies a Lyaponov equation involving a covariance matrix. In this way, differential strategies of metabolite compartmentation and involved reactions were identified in the accessions when exposed to low temperature.