Computational metabolic models typically encode for graphs of species, reactions, and enzymes. Comparing genome-scale models through topological analysis of multipartite graphs is challenging. However, in many practical cases it is not necessary to compare the full networks. The GEMtractor is a web-based tool to trim models encoded in SBML. It can be used to extract subnetworks, for example focusing on reaction- and enzyme-centric views into the model.
AVAILABILITY AND IMPLEMENTATION: The GEMtractor is licensed under the terms of GPLv3 and developed at github.com/binfalse/GEMtractor - a public version is available at sbi.uni-rostock.de/gemtractor.
Publication type: Journal
Editors: Jinbo Xu
Date Published: 31st Jan 2020
Registered Mode: by DOI
Created: 1st Apr 2020 at 15:07
Last updated: 1st Apr 2020 at 15:08