Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016

Pubmed ID 27693354
Title Functional Metabolomics Describes the Yeast Biosynthetic Regulome.
Authors Michael Mülleder, Enrica Calvani, Mohammad Tauqeer Alam, Richard Kangda Wang, Florian Eckerstorfer, Aleksej Zelezniak, Markus Ralser
Abstract Genome-metabolism interactions enable cell growth. To probe the extent of these interactions and delineate their functional contributions, we quantified the Saccharomyces amino acid metabolome and its response to systematic gene deletion. Over one-third of coding genes, in particular those important for chromatin dynamics, translation, and transport, contribute to biosynthetic metabolism. Specific amino acid signatures characterize genes of similar function. This enabled us to exploit functional metabolomics to connect metabolic regulators to their effectors, as exemplified by TORC1, whose inhibition in exponentially growing cells is shown to match an interruption in endomembrane transport. Providing orthogonal information compared to physical and genetic interaction networks, metabolomic signatures cluster more than half of the so far uncharacterized yeast genes and provide functional annotation for them. A major part of coding genes is therefore participating in gene-metabolism interactions that expose the metabolism regulatory network and enable access to an underexplored space in gene function.
Citation Cell 2016; 167:553-565.e12

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Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of alanine minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of aspartic acid minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of glutamate minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of phenylalanine minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of glycine minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of histidine minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of isoleucine minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of lysine minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of leucine minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of methionine minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of asparagine minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of proline minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of glutamine minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of arginine minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of serine minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of threonine minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of valine minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of tryptophan minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative
Mulleder M~Ralser M, 2016 abundance of tyrosine minimal [standard] hap a 4,678 Quantitative

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