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A model for the cytoplasm of Mycoplasma genitalium is presented that integrates data from a variety of sources into a physically and biochemically consistent model. Based on gene annotations, core genes expected to be present in the cytoplasm were determined and a metabolic reaction network was reconstructed. The set of cytoplasmic genes and metabolites from the predicted reactions were assembled into a comprehensive atomistic model consisting of proteins with predicted structures, RNA,doi:10.1016/j.jmgm.2015.02.004 pmid:25765281 pmcid:PMC4388805 fatcat:2vzgxnpu7ncsbfqeqnguubbusq