The module link mode (previously in the Module Map tab) is available for all global and overview maps in the Pathway tab.

Target databases: Pathway, Brite hierarchy, Brite table, Module

Enter gene list with KO annotation:
Example files:
   genelist.txt (single organism)
   genelist2.txt (two organisms)
   eco.txt (E.coli genes)
   ds.txt (disease genes)
Or upload file:

Reconstruct Pathway is a KEGG mapping tool that assists genome and metagenome annotations. The target databases are PATHWAY, BRITE (both hierarchies and tables) and MODULE as shown below.

Target DB Prefix Type Input data Result tab
Pathway map Reference pathway K numbers
in the second column
Brite ko Reference hierarchy Brite
br Reference table Brite Table
Module M Reference module Module

The input data is a single gene list (for a single organism) or multiple gene lists (for multiple organisms) annotated with KEGG Orthology (KO) identifiers or K numbers. Each line of the gene list contains the user-defined gene identifier followed by the assigned K number. The mapping is performed through the K numbers and the results are shown in four tabs for pathway maps, brite hierarchies, brite tables and KEGG modules.

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). Default coloring for two organisms is as follows:
regular maps                  
global/overview maps                   
See KEGG color codes for more details.

Last updated: October 1, 2020