Genome Property Definition Page

Nameacetate -- acetyl-CoA interconversions
Descriptionacetate and acetyl-CoA can be interconverted for a number of purposes including utilization of acetate as in acetate fermentation, excretion of acetate in the fermentation of other compounds and the biosynthesis of acetyl-CoA for other purposes. Several different single-step and multi-step pathways are summarized in this property. The state of this property will be YES if any of the component pathways are found and the value field will hold the number of pathways found.
Parent PropertyGenProp0072: central intermediary metabolism

Step NameStep NumRequiredEvidence (Method)Evidence Go Terms
direct with ATP/AMP: GenProp0480dir ATPYESGenProp0480 (GENPROP): acetyl-CoA biosynthesis from acetate, direct
via acetyl phosphate: GenProp0478via AcPYESGenProp0478 (GENPROP): acetyl-CoA -- acetate interconversion via acetyl phosphate

Parent Properties
GenProp0072central intermediary metabolism

Child Properties
GenProp0480acetyl-CoA biosynthesis from acetate, direct

Sibling Properties
GenProp0031methane utilization
GenProp0035Calvin cycle
GenProp0118ornithine biosynthesis from glutamate, acetylated branch
GenProp0120pentose phosphate cycle
GenProp0143Leloir pathway (galactose/glucose interconversion)
GenProp0196sulfur metabolism
GenProp0202nitrogen metabolism
GenProp0242phosphorus metabolism
GenProp0478acetyl-CoA -- acetate interconversion via acetyl phosphate
GenProp0689glyoxalate conversion to phosphoglycerate
GenProp0865carbon fixation