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Hi BrowserUK

Thanks so much for your help. And sorry for the late response. I've tried to get some test as you requested. Its quite raw and needs to be processed into a hash listing but it does give an idea of the nature of the data I am dealing with.

You will notice that in some cases no enzyme is supplied. In this case the relationship between substrate and product suffices for the graph connections. In some other cases like the flow from (S)-1-Phenylethanol -> Acetophenone (line 72 and 73), the reaction can be catalysed by two different enzymes. This should not necessarily result in two routes as I can embedd information on the two enzyme possibilities in the same edge.

I hope that supplying an 800 line dataset like this is okay by you. Feel free to truncate as needed. Hopefully there will be enough of those to form connections. Given the relatively large size I have decided to paste it ouside of PerlMonks

Please find it at And note that it is tab delimited, with the enzyme catalyising each connection supplied in the middle column.

Once more thanks a great lot. Cheers

In reply to Re^18: Finding All Paths From a Graph From a Given Source and End Node by eMBR_chi
in thread Finding All Paths From a Graph From a Given Source and End Node by neversaint

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