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Fig. 11 | BMC Bioinformatics

Fig. 11

From: Improving the organization and interactivity of metabolic pathfinding with precomputed pathways

Fig. 11

The number of reactions each compound in KEGG participates in as a a reactant (out-degree, used for O tables), b a product (in-degree, used for I tables), or c as a reactant or a product (total degree, used for IO tables). As illustrated in all three of the graphs, there are a few compounds that are involved in a large number of reactions, whereas the majority of compounds take part in only a handful of reactions

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