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MetaCyc Reactions Class: Simple Reactions

Summary:
An instance of this class should be a single reaction involving only a small number of defined participants, in contrast to large complicated processes that can be better classified under the Complex-Processes class (e.g., transcription or translation). Simple-Reactions should be considered indivisible at the current level of abstraction, but it is possible to define a decomposition of a simple reaction into a lower level set of sub-reactions, that exist at a different level of abstraction. Simple-Reactions are therefore simple in comparison to Complex-Processes, not because they cannot be decomposed.

Parent Classes:
Reactions Classified By Conversion Type

Child classes:
Transport Reactions (548) ,
Redox Half-Reactions (68) ,
Chemical Reactions (12611) ,
Binding Reactions (5)


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Please cite the following article in publications resulting from the use of MetaCyc: Caspi et al, Nucleic Acids Research 42:D459-D471 2014
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