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From: Combining transcriptomics and metabolomics to reveal the underlying molecular mechanism of ergosterol biosynthesis during the fruiting process of Flammulina velutipes

Fig. 1

The biosynthesis pathway of ergosterol in S. cerevisiae. Biosynthesis intermediates, end products, and enzymes involved in ergosterol biosynthesis are indicated. a The mevalonate pathway is the first part, indicated in blue. b The post-squalene pathway is the second part, indicated in yellow. Enzyme names are shown next to each step. This figure was modified from Hu et al. [23]

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