Liliana Félix

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Metabolism can be regarded as a network of biochemical reactions, connected via their substrates and products. A metabolic pathway is thus a coordinated series of reactions, and it is often described in symbolic terms, as a succession of transformations of a set of substrate molecules into a set of product molecules. In this paper, a set of molecules is(More)
One of the main challenges in systems biology is the establishment of the metabolome: a catalogue of the metabolites and biochemical reactions present in a specific organism. Current knowledge of biochemical pathways as stored in public databases such as KEGG, is based on carefully curated genomic evidence for the presence of specific metabolites and(More)
One of the main challenges in systems biology is the establishment of the metabolome: a catalogue of the metabolites and biochemical reactions present in a specific organism. Current knowledge of biochemical pathways as stored in public databases such as KEGG, is based on carefully curated genomic evidence for the presence of specific metabolites and(More)
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