anaplerosis

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anaplerosis

(ˌænəpliːˈrəʊsɪs)
n
the filling up of a scar, wound, etc which has decayed or been destroyed
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Experimental observation suggests that both anaplerotic reactions and glyoxalate cycle play an important role for the production of tricarboxylic acid (TCA) cycle derived amino acids (aspartate which is a precursor of lysine and glutamate families) (Petersen, et al., 2001).
glutamicum to study the fluxes of the anaplerotic reactions while the organism grows on mixed substrates of glucose and lactate.
However, quantification of anaplerotic reactions and glyoxylate shunt on the growth of C.