Julie B. Fiévet

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The genetic and molecular approaches to heterosis usually do not rely on any model of the genotype-phenotype relationship. From the generalization of Kacser and Burns' biochemical model for dominance and epistasis to networks with several variable enzymes, we hypothesized that metabolic heterosis could be observed because the response of the flux towards(More)
The classical metabolic control theory [Kacser, H. & Burns, J.A. (1973) Symp. Soc. Exp. Biol.27, 65-104; Heinrich, R. & Rapoport, T. (1974) Eur. J. Biochem.42, 89-95.] does not take into account experimental evidence for correlations between enzyme concentrations in the cell. We investigated the implications of two causes of linear correlations: competition(More)
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