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Table 6 Pathways (including superpathways) that are common to human, bacteria and plant PGDBs

From: Computational prediction of human metabolic pathways from the complete human genome

Class Subclass Pathway
Biosynthesis Polyamines Betaine biosynthesis
   Polyamine biosynthesis
  Fatty acids and lipids Phospholipid biosynthesis
   Fatty acid biosynthesis - initial steps
   Fatty acid elongation - saturated
  Cofactors, prosthetic groups, electron carriers Pyridine nucleotide biosynthesis
   Thioredoxin pathway
   Glutathione biosynthesis
   Pantothenate and coenzyme A biosynthesis
   Pyridoxal 5'-phosphate salvage pathway
   Polyisoprenoid biosynthesis
   FormylTHF biosynthesis
  Cell structures Colanic acid building blocks biosynthesis
   GDP-mannose metabolism
  Carbohydrates Gluconeogenesis
   Trehalose degradation - low osmolarity
  Aminoacyl-tRNAs tRNA charging pathway
  Amino acid biosynthesis Proline biosynthesis I
   Glycine biosynthesis I
   Serine biosynthesis
Degradation Sugars and polysaccharides Glucose 1-phosphate metabolism
   Galactose metabolism
   Trehalose degradation - low osmolarity
   Glycogen degradation
   Ribose degradation
  Other degradation Removal of superoxide radicals
  Nucleosides and nucleotides (Deoxy)ribose phosphate metabolism
  Fatty acids Fatty acid oxidation pathway
  Carboxylates, other Acetate degradation
  Amino acids, amines L-serine degradation
  Alcohols Glycerol metabolism
Energy metabolism   Pyruvate dehydrogenase
   TCA cycle - aerobic respiration
   Oxidative branch of the pentose phosphate pathway
   Nonoxidative branch of the pentose phosphate pathway
  1. HumanCyc, H. sapiens; EcoCyc, E. coli; AraCyc, A. thaliana. The pathways in the table are included in all three PGDBs.