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Fig. 1 | BMC Genomics

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From: Blocking hexose entry into glycolysis activates alternative metabolic conversion of these sugars and upregulates pentose metabolism in Aspergillus nidulans

Fig. 1

Phenotype verification of hxkA1/glkA4, creAΔ4 and creAΔ4/hxkA1/glkA4. a Growth of the reference and the mutants on glucose, fructose and xylose. The A. nidulans strains were grown on MM with 25 mM D-glucose, 25 mM D-fructose and 25 mM D-xylose for 2.5 days at 37 °C. b Growth of the reference and the mutants on starch. The A. nidulans strains were grown on MM with 1% starch with 1% starch azure, on 1% starch plus 3% D-glucose with 1% starch azure plus 3% D-glucose and on 1% starch plus 3% D-xylose) with 1% starch azure plus 3% D-xylose for 3 days at 37 °C. Spore inoculations were done with 5 × 105 spores/ml. The bars represent the diameter of the colonies

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