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FBA FVA Integrate expression
Metabolite Overview
Abbreviation ..................................................... : ficytC
Name ..................................................... : Ferricytochrome c, etc.Cytochrome c3+
Model ID ..................................................... : C00125
KEGG ID (?) Compounds in KEGG database that match this compound. ..................................................... : C00125
Formula ..................................................... : C42H42FeN8O8S2R4
Charge ..................................................... : +1
Localization ..................................................... : Mitochondria
BiGG matches (?) Compounds in BiGG database that match this compound. ..................................................... : ficytC
Other associations ..................................................... : See reaction table below.
Comments
  • Charge changed from +3 to +1. BIGG charging convention seems to not take into account the carboxyl groups of porphyrin structure. However, these have to be taken into account during cytochrome synthesis. The adjusted charge convention is consistent with mass balance.

  • Reactions
    ID Enzyme Reactants Products Genes (?) Multiple genes are separated by OR (I) or AND (&).

    I indicates that genes are redundant within the group (e.g. paralogs encoding the same enzyme).
    & indicates that genes are non-redundant within the group (e.g. genes encoding different subunits of the same enzyme).

    If there are multiple groups of genes, as in an enzyme complex with some enzymes associated with multiple genes, or in a case where the same enzyme is associated with different orthology groups with paralogs, each group with multiple genes is shown in parentheses.
    Pathway
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