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MetExplore: collaborative edition and exploration of metabolic networks

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Title:MetExplore: collaborative edition and exploration of metabolic networks
Creators Name:Cottret, L. and Frainay, C. and Chazalviel, M. and Cabanettes, F. and Gloaguen, Y. and Camenen, E. and Merlet, B. and Heux, S. and Portais, J.C. and Poupin, N. and Vinson, F. and Jourdan, F.
Abstract:Metabolism of an organism is composed of hundreds to thousands of interconnected biochemical reactions responding to environmental or genetic constraints. This metabolic network provides a rich knowledge to contextualize omics data and to elaborate hypotheses on metabolic modulations. Nevertheless, performing this kind of integrative analysis is challenging for end users with not sufficiently advanced computer skills since it requires the use of various tools and web servers. MetExplore offers an all-in-one online solution composed of interactive tools for metabolic network curation, network exploration and omics data analysis. In particular, it is possible to curate and annotate metabolic networks in a collaborative environment. The network exploration is also facilitated in MetExplore by a system of interactive tables connected to a powerful network visualization module. Finally, the contextualization of metabolic elements in the network and the calculation of over-representation statistics make it possible to interpret any kind of omics data. MetExplore is a sustainable project maintained since 2010 freely available at https://metexplore.toulouse.inra.fr/metexplore2/.
Source:Nucleic Acids Research
ISSN:0305-1048
Publisher:Oxford University Press (U.K.)
Volume:46
Number:W1
Page Range:W495-W502
Date:2 July 2018
Official Publication:https://doi.org/10.1093/nar/gky301
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