Homomorphisms of Multisource Trees into Networks with Applications to Metabolic Pathways

@article{Cheng2007HomomorphismsOM,
  title={Homomorphisms of Multisource Trees into Networks with Applications to Metabolic Pathways},
  author={Qiong Cheng and Robert W. Harrison and Alex Zelikovsky},
  journal={2007 IEEE 7th International Symposium on BioInformatics and BioEngineering},
  year={2007},
  pages={350-357}
}
Network mapping is a convenient tool for comparing and exploring biological networks; it can be used for predicting unknown pathways, fast and meaningful searching of databases, and potentially establishing evolutionary relations. Unfortunately, existing tools for mapping paths into general networks (PathBlast) or trees into tree networks allowing gaps (MetaPathwayHunter) cannot handle large query pathways or complex networks. In this paper we consider homomorphisms, i.e., mappings allowing to… CONTINUE READING

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