Consensus and conflict cards for metabolic pathway databases

  title={Consensus and conflict cards for metabolic pathway databases},
  author={Miranda D. Stobbe and Morris A. Swertz and Ines Thiele and Trebor Rengaw and Antoine H. C. van Kampen and Perry D. Moerland},
  booktitle={BMC Systems Biology},
The metabolic network of H. sapiens and many other organisms is described in multiple pathway databases. The level of agreement between these descriptions, however, has proven to be low. We can use these different descriptions to our advantage by identifying conflicting information and combining their knowledge into a single, more accurate, and more complete description. This task is, however, far from trivial. We introduce the concept of Consensus and Conflict Cards (C2Cards) to provide… CONTINUE READING
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