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Fig. 4

From: Implementation of homology based and non-homology based computational methods for the identification and annotation of orphan enzymes: using Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv as a case study

Fig. 4

Mapping of known and predicted enzymes in M. tb on to KEGG pathways. ac The mappings of some of these enzymes on the Porphyrin and Chlorophyll metabolism, Drug metabolism—other enzymes, and Glycolysis/Gluconeogenesis KEGG pathways respectively. The enzymes already annotated in M. tb are shown in Red, the enzymes predicted by the homology-based method ModEnzA are shown in Blue, the local holes in Green, the high-confidence local holes in Brown while the choke points are depicted in Yellow

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