MetExplore is a web-server that allows to build, curate and analyse genome-scale metabolic networks. MetExplore stores metabolic networks of 160 organisms into a relational database (freely available on demand). Information about metabolic networks mainly come from BioCyc-like databases. Two BioCyc-like databases contain information about several organisms: PlantCyc and MetaCyc. MetExplore contains also the information about metabolites stored in Metabolome.jp. Note that there is no information about reactions in this database and is only useful to identify compounds from masses. Several genome-scale models designed for Flux Balance Analysis have also been imported into MetExplore. ..
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- Crescenzi, Pilu; Grossi, Roberto; Habib, Michel; Lanzi, Leonardo; Marino, Andrea: On computing the diameter of real-world undirected graphs (2013)
- Fagerberg, Rolf; Flamm, Christoph; Merkle, Daniel; Peters, Philipp; Stadler, Peter F.: On the complexity of reconstructing chemical reaction networks (2013)
- Acuña, Vicente; Birmelé, Etienne; Cottret, Ludovic; Crescenzi, Pierluigi; Jourdan, Fabien; Lacroix, Vincent; Marchetti-Spaccamela, Alberto; Marino, Andrea; Milreu, Paulo Vieira; Sagot, Marie-France; Stougie, Leen: Telling stories: enumerating maximal directed acyclic graphs with a constrained set of sources and targets (2012)
- Cottret, Ludovic; Wildridge, David; Vinson, Florence; Barrett, Michael P.; Charles, Hubert; Sagot, Marie-France; Jourdan, Fabien: Metexplore: a web server to link metabolomic experiments and genome-scale metabolic networks (2010)
Further publications can be found at: http://metexplore.toulouse.inra.fr/metexplore/index.php/2011-06-10-13-24-05/references