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2018
McCloskey D, Xu S, Sandberg TE, Brunk E, Hefner Y, Szubin R, Feist AM, Palsson BO.  2018.  Adaptation to the coupling of glycolysis to toxic methylglyoxal production in tpiA deletion strains of Escherichia coli requires synchronized and counterintuitive genetic changes.. Metab Eng.
McCloskey D, Xu S, Sandberg TE, Brunk E, Hefner Y, Szubin R, Feist AM, Palsson BO.  2018.  Adaptive laboratory evolution resolves energy depletion to maintain high aromatic metabolite phenotypes in Escherichia coli strains lacking the Phosphotransferase System.. Metab Eng.
Brunk E, Chang RL, Xia J, Hefzi H, Yurkovich JT, Kim D, Buckmiller E, Wang HH, Cho B-K, Yang C et al..  2018.  Characterizing posttranslational modifications in prokaryotic metabolism using a multiscale workflow. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
McCloskey D, Xu S, Sandberg TE, Brunk E, Hefner Y, Szubin R, Feist AM, Palsson BO.  2018.  Evolution of gene knockout strains of E. coli reveal regulatory architectures governed by metabolism.. Nat Commun. 9(1):3796.
McCloskey D, Xu S, Sandberg TE, Brunk E, Hefner Y, Szubin R, Feist AM, Palsson BO.  2018.  Growth Adaptation of gnd and sdhCB Escherichia coli Deletion Strains Diverges From a Similar Initial Perturbation of the Transcriptome. Frontiers in Microbiology.
McCloskey D, Xu S, Sandberg TE, Brunk E, Hefner Y, Szubin R, Feist AM, Palsson BO.  2018.  Multiple optimal phenotypes overcome redox and glycolytic intermediate metabolite imbalances in knockout evolutions.. Appl Environ Microbiol.
Brunk E, Sahoo S, Zielinski DC, Altunkaya A, Dräger A, Mih N, Gatto F, Nilsson A, Gonzalez GAndres Pre, Aurich MKathrin et al..  2018.  Recon3D enables a three-dimensional view of gene variation in human metabolism.. Nat Biotechnol.
Mih N, Brunk E, Chen K, Catoiu E, Sastry A, Kavvas E, Monk JM, Zhang Z, Palsson BO.  2018.  ssbio: A Python Framework for Structural Systems Biology. Bioinformatics.

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