Coastal Sciences, Gulf Coast Research Laboratory
We report the construction of a genome-wide fish metabolic network model, MetaFishNet, and its application to analyzing high throughput gene expression data. This model is a stepping stone to broader applications of fish systems biology, for example by guiding study design through comparison with human metabolism and the integration of multiple data types. MetaFishNet resources, including a pathway enrichment analysis tool, are accessible at http://metafishnet.appspot.com.
Ryan, R. A.,
Manning, C. S.,
Brown-Peterson, N. J.,
(2010). Constructing a Fish Metabolic Network Model. Genome Biology, 11(11).
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