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Table 2 Description of hub tables that were evaluated

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

Hub Table Description
20 (O) Selected twenty hub compounds involved as reactants in the most number of reactions (highest out-degree). Subset of the 50 (O) hub table.
50 (O) Selected fifty hub compounds involved as reactants in the most number of reactions (highest out-degree). Subset of the 80 (O) hub table.
80 (O) Selected eighty hub compounds involved as reactants in the most number of reactions (highest out-degree).
139 (A) 139 hubs used in the Araki et al. [43] study.
50 (IO) Selected fifty hub compounds involved in the most number of reactions (either as reactants or products, highest degree).
50 (I) Selected fifty hub compounds involved as products in the most number of reactions (highest in-degree).
50 (R1) and (R2) Two independent sets of fifty randomly selected hub compounds.