1 Apr KEGG REACTION is a database of chemical reactions, mostly enzymatic reactions, containing all reactions that appear in the KEGG metabolic pathway maps and additional reactions that appear only in the Enzyme Nomenclature. Each reaction is identified by the R number, such as R for the. 1 Dec , KEGG RPAIR, RP number, Discontinued in , KEGG BRITE, br number. KEGG DRUG, D number. , KEGG MODULE, M number. , KEGG DISEASE, H number. , KEGG ENVIRON, E number, First called EDRUG. KEGG RCLASS, RC number. , KEGG DGROUP, DG number. 1 Dec DBGET has been developed as the backbone retrieval system for the GenomeNet and KEGG services (see the history of development). The keyword search is performed against the following fields of the KEGG database entries ( see entry format). REACTION, Entry, Name, RPair, Pathway, Enzyme.
I got a reply from the KEGG support: "Thank you for your interest in the KEGG/ GenomeNet service. RPAIR entries with several different types mean that they are used in different ways and all the related types are listed. Therefore you can use all the RPAIR entries with a main type." So basically all the rpair. Entry, The KEGG RCLASS database is a manually curated collection of reaction class data defined by the RDM patterns of KEGG RPAIR entries. Each entry is identified by the unique identifier called the RC number ('RC' followed by five- digit number). Definition, The definition of reaction class by the RDM pattern. 17 Oct The COMPOUND, GLYCAN, REACTION, RPAIR, RCLASS and ENZYME databases in the chemical information category contain chemical substances and reactions and are collectively called KEGG LIGAND for historical reasons. The ENZYME database originates from the database of Enzyme.
In this work, we use the atom mapping data of reactions in the KEGG RPAIR database to compute the atomic group transferred between reactants and products. Each KEGG RPAIR entry contains the structural information for each compound, an alignment mapping atoms between the two compounds, and a list of associated. Optionally, a set of KEGG reactions can be excluded from the network to be constructed. KEGG compound identifiers should be separated by '/' (e.g. R/R). Exclusion of KEGG RPAIR classes. Optionally, certain RPAIR classes can be excluded from network construction. Reactant pairs (RPAIRS) in KEGG are. 10 Mar Thanks to an intensive annotation effort at KEGG, decompositions of reactions into reactant pairs (RPAIR) categorized by their role (main, trans, cofac, ligase, and leave) are now available. The goal of this article is to evaluate the impact of RPAIR data on pathfinding in metabolic networks. To this end, we.