The page heading shows the KEGG map number for the reference pathway and the name of the reference pathway. The column headings in the list of enzymes are
- EC Number The Enzyme Commission number for the enzyme, a link to a list of pathways involving that enzyme.
- Description A description of the enzyme's activity.
- Database name, e.g., ciona4 The number of predicted genes in the assembly that are related to the enzyme, a link to a list of JGI-predicted genes (if any) related to the enzyme. The list is the same as a search result for the enzyme's EC number.
- To view a diagram or rendering of the reference pathway with JGI-predicted genes highlighted in red, click the MAP number.
- To view a list of JGI-predicted genes related to one enzyme, click the number under the Database name.
- To see what other pathways involve a specific enzyme, click its EC Number.
Enzyme Summary Table
The new version of the KEGG browser includes an enzyme summary table showing a list of enzymes in your selected pathway with the total number of models per model set (see below).
- To see all gene models associated with all enzymes in the pathway, click Model View.
- To view the KEGG pathway map with all enzymes having at least one gene model highlighted, click View KEGG Map.
- To see the gene models associated with specific enzymes, click a model count number.
- If you selected multiple gene model sets, an additional column at the end of the table shows the total number of models per enzyme. To view all models associated with a particular enzyme, click the counts in this column.
When you click an EC Number to view the list of pathways involving an enzyme, you will see a list, including the pathway from which you selected the enzyme. The list shows the name of the main pathway ("Main Map") and the name of the reference pathway ("Sub Map").
- To view the enzymes related to a different reference pathway that involves the same enzyme, click the name of the pathway in the Sub Map column.