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Metabolic Pathway Data In MaizeGDB

Simple Metabolic Pathway Search | Advanced Metabolic Pathway Search | Discussion of Metabolic Pathway Data for the General Public


Simple Metabolic Pathway Search

This search form allows you to just enter basic name info to quickly retrieve the desired metabolic pathway. Use % as a wild card.

(see a sample metabolic pathway query)

Other interesting searches include flavanone or ATP; essentially, put in the key word from your favorite pathway and see if we have information on it.

This search can be executed on every page on the site by utilizing the form in the upper right corner. Choose "Metabolic Pathway" from the drop-down menu, enter your search term in the field, and hit return to find the metabolic pathway you're looking for.


Advanced Metabolic Pathway Search

Set Up Search Criteria

with For example, the Metabolic Pathway Glycolysis, or Metabolic Pathways containing the letters thesis (using * or % wildcards)
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Discussion of Metabolic Pathway Data for the General Public

What is a metabolic pathway?

A metabolic pathway is a series of chemical reactions inside of a living organism that results in the transformation of a particular molecule into a different molecule. Metabolic pathways include food digestion, energy storage, and other such biochemical tasks.

What value does storing and studying metabolic pathway data have?

Metabolic pathways are the methods that organisms use to achieve the basic acts of life. Understanding these provides a very basic understanding of how a living organism works.

What is the connection between corn and metabolic pathway data?

Like any other organism, corn uses metabolic pathways to accomplish many internal biochemical tasks.


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Last updated 10:54 am, Aug 30, 2010.

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