KEGG in Keg

KEGG Mapper – Reconstruct

Reconstruct tool

The Reconstruct tool "reconstructs" KEGG pathway maps and other network entities from a set of K numbers (KO identifiers). The KO assignemnt results of BlastKOALA and other automatic annotation servers are linked to this tool.
(New feature) Each of the reconstructed pathways may now be compared with KEGG organism-specific pathways. Use button to add a KEGG organism code.
Enter query K numbers in the second column

Or upload file:

Example files:
   genelist.txt (single organism)
   genelist2.txt (two organisms)
   eco_ko.txt (E.coli genes)
   ds_ko.txt (human disease genes)


Query data
Two-column dataset (space or tab separated) with K numbers in the second column, optionally preceded by the user's identifiers in the first column. This is consistent with the output files of automatic annotation servers, BlastKOALA, GhostKOALA, KofamKOALA and KAAS.
The dataset may contain lists of K numbers for multiple organisms, each list preceded by the comment line starting with # and optional color specification.
Target DB
Target DB Prefix Type Result tab
Pathway map Reference pathway Pathway
Brite hierarchy ko Reference hierarchy Brite
Brite table br Reference table Brite Table
Module M Reference module Module
In the Pathway tab, all global and overview maps of metabolism may be viewed in the module link mode, which treats the map as consisting of modules rather than individual genes.

When multiple gene lists for multiple organisms are given in the input file, each list must be preceded by the # line containing the organism name (or identifier).

Coloring of mapping results for combination or comparison of multiple organisms may be done either in the 3-color mode (for two organisms) or in the split color mode (for two or more organisms in regular maps).
1 2 1+2
3-color mode global/overview maps  ▬▬ ▬▬ ▬▬
regular maps
split color mode   regular maps

See KEGG color codes for more details.

Last updated: July 1, 2024