Metabolic Modeling Tutorial
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Metabolic Modeling Tutorial
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Metabolic Modeling Tutorial
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Metabolic Modeling Tutorial
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Metabolic Modeling Tutorial
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Aquifex aeolicus VF5 Chemical Reactions

How to Navigate: A class hierarchy (ontology) allows you to retrieve information according to categories of interest. In the class hierarchy that follows, each line names a single class of biological objects. The levels of indentation indicate a subclass relationship to the class above. The numbers in parentheses indicate the number of instances of that class. Clicking on a class will display a page containing its instances (the biological objects that are direct children of that class). A class page also lists the parent classes and child classes, allowing you to navigate up and down in the hierarchy. Note: if the categories below are missing the expand icon, but you believe they they should be expandable, try reloading the page.

Summary: Chemical Reactions are those for which at least one substrate molecule is chemically modified, meaning that either a chemical bond (covalent, ionic or coodination) is formed and/or broken, or that a redox modification has occurred.


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