metabolic reconstruction

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metabolic reconstruction

Ab initio reconstruction of metabolic pathways

Genome-wide metabolic network reconstruction of the picoalga Ostreococcus

Frontiers in metabolic reconstruction and modeling of plant genomes

Assimilating genome-scale metabolic reconstructions with modelBorgifier

Computing autocatalytic sets to unravel inconsistencies in metabolic network reconstructions

Representation and inference of cellular architecture for metabolic reconstruction and modeling

FMM: a web server for metabolic pathway reconstruction and comparative analysis

PathFinder: reconstruction and dynamic visualization of metabolic pathways

Reconstruction of metabolic networks from genome data and analysis of their global structure for various organisms

Targeted metabolic reconstruction: a novel approach for the characterization of plant–pathogen interactions

Supervised de novo reconstruction of metabolic pathways from metabolome-scale compound sets

GEMSiRV: a software platform for GEnome-scale metabolic model simulation, reconstruction and visualization

Simultaneous prediction of enzyme orthologs from chemical transformation patterns for de novo metabolic pathway reconstruction

WIT: integrated system for high-throughput genome sequence analysis and metabolic reconstruction

Genome-scale bacterial transcriptional regulatory networks: reconstruction and integrated analysis with metabolic models

BoostGAPFILL: improving the fidelity of metabolic network reconstructions through integrated constraint and pattern-based methods

ProbAnnoWeb and ProbAnnoPy: probabilistic annotation and gap-filling of metabolic reconstructions

MetDraw: automated visualization of genome-scale metabolic network reconstructions and high-throughput data


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The process of modelling the metabolism of an organism (e.g. using biochemical, sequence, and phenotypic data) in order to identify which pathways are present and which genes are involved in which functional roles.


Subjects: Chemistry.

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