|MadSci Network: Biochemistry|
Hi, I am a graduate student in computer science with focus on system modeling in telecom. As I move into my phd program, I am trying to move to modeling biological systems from our basic expertise in modeling complex networks. So now, I am a grduate student involved in systems biology. I am trying to develop a simulation where in I need to know the size of the pool of ATP molecules (or equivalents) in a bacterial cell. I understand that high fidelity quantitative data might not be available, but a ball park figure on what would be a valid assumption would be very helpful.
Re: How many ATP molecules are there in a bacterial cell?
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