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Ch004 The flux amplification factors is calculated from the information of determined FCCs and enzyme amplification factors as (14) i-c; From the determined flux amplification factors, it is predicted how flux will be changed when the new genetic modification is introduced in the metabolic pathway. Results and Discussion Metabolic Flux Analysis by The Constructed M R Model The M R model shown in Table II and eq. (1) was constructed, and consistency of the model was checked by using the consistency index.
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Biological Systems Engineering by Mark R. Marten, Tai Hyun Park, and Teruyuki Nagamune (Eds.)