Ali Khodayari
Ali Khodayari
Doctoral candidate in Chemical Engineering
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A kinetic model of Escherichia coli core metabolism satisfying multiple sets of mutant flux data
A Khodayari, AR Zomorrodi, JC Liao, CD Maranas
Metabolic engineering 25, 50-62, 2014
1612014
A genome-scale Escherichia coli kinetic metabolic model k-ecoli457 satisfying flux data for multiple mutant strains
A Khodayari, CD Maranas
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-12, 2016
1412016
Succinate overproduction: a case study of computational strain design using a comprehensive Escherichia coli kinetic model
A Khodayari, A Chowdhury, CD Maranas
Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology 2, 76, 2015
482015
De-acidification of sunflower oil by solvent extraction:(Liquid+ liquid) equilibrium data at T=(303.15 and 313.15) K
M Mohsen-Nia, A Khodayari
The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 40 (8), 1325-1329, 2008
352008
Development of a core Clostridium thermocellum kinetic metabolic model consistent with multiple genetic perturbations
S Dash, A Khodayari, J Zhou, EK Holwerda, DG Olson, LR Lynd, ...
Biotechnology for biofuels 10 (1), 1-16, 2017
292017
Improving prediction fidelity of cellular metabolism with kinetic descriptions
A Chowdhury, A Khodayari, CD Maranas
Current opinion in biotechnology 36, 57-64, 2015
292015
Advances in de novo strain design using integrated systems and synthetic biology tools
CY Ng, A Khodayari, A Chowdhury, CD Maranas
Current opinion in chemical biology 28, 105-114, 2015
262015
A genome-scale Escherichia coli kinetic metabolic model k-ecoli457 satisfying flux data for multiple mutant strains. Nat Commun 7: 13806
A Khodayari, CD Maranas
72016
A genome-scale Escherichia coli kinetic metabolic model k-ecoli457 satisfying flux data for multiple mutant strains. Nat Commun. 2016; 7: 13806
A Khodayari, CD Maranas
Epub 2016/12/21. doi: 10.1038/ncomms13806. PMID: 27996047, 0
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Kinetic modeling of metabolism in clostridia
S Dash, A Khodayari, G Stephanopoulos, L Lynd, C Maranas
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 253, 2017
2017
Kinetic Modeling in Genome-scale Metabolic Models: Parameterization and Strain Design
A Khodayari
2017
Constructing Predictive Kinetic Models of Metabolism for Guiding Strain Design
A Khodayari, S Dash, E Halwerda, D Olson, L Lynd, C Maranas
American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Annual Meeting, San …, 2016
2016
Kinetic modeling of metabolism in obligatory anaerobes
S Dash, A Khodayari, EK Holwerda, P Olson, M Theisen, JC Liao, ...
11th Metabolic Engineering Conference 2016, 600-601, 2016
2016
Ensemble cell-wide kinetic modeling of anaerobic organisms to support fuels and chemicals production
S Dash, A Khodayari, E Holwerda, D Olson, A Islam, M Theisen, J Liao, ...
2016 Department of Energy (DOE)-Genomic Sciences Program Annual PI Meeting, 2016
2016
Development of a genome-scale Escherichia coli kinetic metabolic model satisfying flux data for multiple mutant strains
A Khodayari, C Maranas
2016 Department of Energy (DOE)-Genomic Sciences Program Annual PI Meeting, 2016
2016
Development of kinetic models of metabolism for microbial production
A Khodayari, C Maranas, J Liao, G Stephanopoulos
American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Annual Meeting, Salt Lake …, 2015
2015
Development of a comprehensive Escherichia coli kinetic metabolic model consistent with multiple genetic and environmental perturbations
A Khodayari, C Maranas
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 249, 2015
2015
Improving computational strain design strategies by incorporation of kinetic information
A Khodayari, CD Maranas
2015
Development of a comprehensive Escherichia coli kinetic metabolic model
A Khodayari, C Maranas
2015 American Chemical Society (ACS), National Meeting, Denver, Colorado, 2015
2015
Development of Kinetic Models of Metabolism for Microbial Production
A Khodayari, S Dash, M Theisen, A Islam, Y Zheng, J Liao, ...
2015 AIChE Annual Meeting (ISBN: 978-0-8169-1094-6), 2015
2015
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