Bas Teusink
Bas Teusink
Professor of Systems Biology, VU University Amsterdam
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A functional genomics strategy that uses metabolome data to reveal the phenotype of silent mutations
LM Raamsdonk, B Teusink, D Broadhurst, N Zhang, A Hayes, MC Walsh, ...
Nature biotechnology 19 (1), 45-50, 2001
Can yeast glycolysis be understood in terms of in vitro kinetics of the constituent enzymes? Testing biochemistry
B Teusink, J Passarge, CA Reijenga, E Esgalhado, CC Van der Weijden, ...
European Journal of Biochemistry 267 (17), 5313-5329, 2000
Shifts in growth strategies reflect tradeoffs in cellular economics
D Molenaar, R Van Berlo, D De Ridder, B Teusink
Molecular systems biology 5 (1), 323, 2009
Analysis of growth of Lactobacillus plantarum WCFS1 on a complex medium using a genome-scale metabolic model
B Teusink, A Wiersma, D Molenaar, C Francke, WM De Vos, RJ Siezen, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 281 (52), 40041-40048, 2006
Reconstructing the metabolic network of a bacterium from its genome
C Francke, RJ Siezen, B Teusink
Trends in microbiology 13 (11), 550-558, 2005
Lost in transition: start-up of glycolysis yields subpopulations of nongrowing cells
JH van Heerden, MT Wortel, FJ Bruggeman, JJ Heijnen, YJM Bollen, ...
Science 343 (6174), 1245114, 2014
The danger of metabolic pathways with turbo design
B Teusink, MC Walsh, K van Dam, HV Westerhoff
Trends in biochemical sciences 23 (5), 162-169, 1998
Bet-hedging during bacterial diauxic shift
A Solopova, J Van Gestel, FJ Weissing, H Bachmann, B Teusink, J Kok, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (20), 7427-7432, 2014
Acetaldehyde mediates the synchronization of sustained glycolytic oscillations in populations of yeast cells
P Richard, BM Bakker, B Teusink, K Van Dam, HV Westerhoff
European journal of biochemistry 235 (1‐2), 238-241, 1996
Compartmentation protects trypanosomes from the dangerous design of glycolysis
BM Bakker, FIC Mensonides, B Teusink, P van Hoek, PAM Michels, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (5), 2087-2092, 2000
CD36 deficiency increases insulin sensitivity in muscle, but induces insulin resistance in the liver in mice
JR Goudriaan, VEH Dahlmans, B Teusink, DM Ouwens, M Febbraio, ...
Journal of lipid research 44 (12), 2270-2277, 2003
MEMOTE for standardized genome-scale metabolic model testing
C Lieven, ME Beber, BG Olivier, FT Bergmann, M Ataman, P Babaei, ...
Nature biotechnology 38 (3), 272-276, 2020
Accelerating the reconstruction of genome-scale metabolic networks
RA Notebaart, FHJ Van Enckevort, C Francke, RJ Siezen, B Teusink
BMC bioinformatics 7 (1), 1-10, 2006
In Silico Reconstruction of the Metabolic Pathways of Lactobacillus plantarum: Comparing Predictions of Nutrient Requirements with Those from Growth Experiments
B Teusink, FHJ van Enckevort, C Francke, A Wiersma, A Wegkamp, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 71 (11), 7253-7262, 2005
Exploring metabolic pathway reconstruction and genome-wide expression profiling in Lactobacillus reuteri to define functional probiotic features
DM Saulnier, F Santos, S Roos, TA Mistretta, JK Spinler, D Molenaar, ...
PloS one 6 (4), e18783, 2011
How fast‐growing bacteria robustly tune their ribosome concentration to approximate growth‐rate maximization
E Bosdriesz, D Molenaar, B Teusink, FJ Bruggeman
The FEBS journal 282 (10), 2029-2044, 2015
Community flux balance analysis for microbial consortia at balanced growth
RA Khandelwal, BG Olivier, WFM Röling, B Teusink, FJ Bruggeman
PloS one 8 (5), e64567, 2013
Availability of public goods shapes the evolution of competing metabolic strategies
H Bachmann, M Fischlechner, I Rabbers, N Barfa, F Branco dos Santos, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (35), 14302-14307, 2013
Contribution of fatty acids released from lipolysis of plasma triglycerides to total plasma fatty acid flux and tissue-specific fatty acid uptake
B Teusink, PJ Voshol, VEH Dahlmans, PCN Rensen, H Pijl, JA Romijn, ...
Diabetes 52 (3), 614-620, 2003
Intracellular glucose concentration in derepressed yeast cells consuming glucose is high enough to reduce the glucose transport rate by 50%
B Teusink, JA Diderich, HV Westerhoff, K van Dam, MC Walsh
Journal of bacteriology 180 (3), 556-562, 1998
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