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This comparison is done on basis of the functions of all features of two genomes. The reference genome is called '''Organism A''', the comparison genome '''Organism B'''.
 
This comparison is done on basis of the functions of all features of two genomes. The reference genome is called '''Organism A''', the comparison genome '''Organism B'''.
  
The first column of the table ('''Presence''') tells you for each line if the function is present in ''A'', ''B'', or ''A and B''. The next three columns describe the subsystem the functional role belongs to. If a functional role is present in more than one subsystem, '''[...]'''.
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The first column of the table ('''Presence''') tells you for each function, if it is present in ''A'', ''B'', or ''A and B''. The next three columns ('''Category''', '''Subcategory''' and '''Subsystem''') describe the subsystem the functional role belongs to. If a functional role is present in more than one subsystem, '''[...]'''. The functional role itself is displayed in column 5 ('''Role''').
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The feature(s) that implement(s) the functional role in '''Organism A''' will appear in the next column. The following column '''SS active A''' tells you if the subsystem listed in the line is active in the Organism A, meaning that it has a valid variant code. The same information is shown for '''Organism B''' in the next two columns.
  
 
If a feature is assigned with more than one functional role (multi-functional), '''[...]'''.
 
If a feature is assigned with more than one functional role (multi-functional), '''[...]'''.

Revision as of 11:31, 2 December 2008

Compare Metabolic Reconstruction

This comparison is done on basis of the functions of all features of two genomes. The reference genome is called Organism A, the comparison genome Organism B.

The first column of the table (Presence) tells you for each function, if it is present in A, B, or A and B. The next three columns (Category, Subcategory and Subsystem) describe the subsystem the functional role belongs to. If a functional role is present in more than one subsystem, [...]. The functional role itself is displayed in column 5 (Role).

The feature(s) that implement(s) the functional role in Organism A will appear in the next column. The following column SS active A tells you if the subsystem listed in the line is active in the Organism A, meaning that it has a valid variant code. The same information is shown for Organism B in the next two columns.

If a feature is assigned with more than one functional role (multi-functional), [...].