Table 2.

Substrate utilization in the HADSF

Most commonly used substratesLeast commonly used substrates
Substrate% usingSubstrate% using
2-deoxy 6-phosphoglucitol33.6CTP3.7
d-2-deoxyribitol 5-P32.3CoA3.7
2-deoxyribose 5-P31.8d-mannitol 5-P3.2
d-ribitol 5-P31.3d-xylonate 3-P3.2
Acetyl phosphate30.9d-gluconate 3-P3.2
d-3-deoxygluconate 6-P30.4d-mannose 2-P3.2
Glycerol phosphate30.4Inosine 5′-diphosphate3.2
Paranitrophenyl phosphate30.4Guanosine 5′-triphosphate3.2
l-xylitol 5-P30.0l-lyxose 5-P2.8
d-sorbitol 1-P30.0d-glucuronate 5-P2.8
Imidodiphosphate29.5Pyrophosphate2.8
d-3-deoxyglucose 6-P29.0Thymidine 5′-triphosphate2.8
l-arabitol 1-P28.6l-xylitol 3-P2.3
d-lyxose 5-P28.6l-xylonate 3-P2.3
Riboflavin 5-P (FMN)28.1l-glucitol 3-P2.3
l-xylonate-5-P27.6d-glucose 3-P2.3
Arabinose 5-P27.2d-mannitol 2-P2.3
d-3-deoxysorbitol 6-P27.2l-glucose 3-P2.3
Meso-erythritol 4-P27.2d-glucitol 3-P1.8
2-deoxy-d-glucose 6-P26.7d-galactonate 6-P1.8
Pyridoxal 5-P26.7d-arabitol 1-P1.8
d-mannitol 6-P25.8dl-2-amino-3-phosphonopropionic acid1.8
d-allitol 6-P25.8Phosphonoformic acid1.8
d-2-deoxyribonate 5-P25.3d-allonate 3-P1.4
d-ribonate 5-P25.3l-gluconate 3-P0.9