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One question (fwd)

Peifen Zhang peifenz at
Thu May 16 12:50:50 PDT 2002

Hi there,

I am not sure about Kegg. But there is another metabolic pathway database
that can display quantitative gene expression data on schematics of
metabolic pathways. The web site is: The site currently
has about a dozen species(mostly microbial)-specific pathway databases.
Detailed info as how to display expression data on pathways can be found on
the web site, page:

In addition, The Arabidopsis Information Resources has adopted the biocyc
product and have been developing a Arabidopsis metabolic pathway
database. It can be found at The
Arabidopsis metabolic pathway also has the function of displaying expression
data from Arabidopsis studies.


> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Thu, 16 May 2002 10:51:52 -0500
> To: Michael Ashburner <ma11 at>, go-friends at,
>      owner-gofriends at, pshannon at
> Subject: One question
> Does anyone know of software that can incorporate quantitative data on
> transcript or protein levels into a schematic of biochemical pathways.
> Example: Affy data into Kegg pathways.
> If the answer is no, does anyone have suggestions on how to do this?
> Thanks.

Peifen Zhang
The Arabidopsis Information Resource
Carnegie Institute of Washington
Department of Plant Biology
260 Panama Street
Stanford, CA 94305

peifenz at
Tel: 650-325-1521  x358

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