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The following bookmark (i.e., a URL or Web link) allows you to redisplay the current diagram with its active highlighted objects (not Omics Data highlighting) at the current zoom level.Generated Bookmark:
You can click and drag the bookmark:
Enter names and unique identifiers (aka frame ids) of genes, proteins, metabolites, and/or reactions to highlight them in the cellular overview. Then click the highlight button. To avoid ambiguities, enter the names on separate lines, or use the semi-colon character (';') to delimit names (e.g. thymine ; adenine).
You can also enter expression data (i.e., a numerical value) after each name and/or frame id. In that case, the Cellular Omics Viewer will be started to display the result.
Enter object names and/or frame ids below with or without expression data.
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The Omics Viewer can be used for:
Click here to go to the Webinar page, where you can watch the Comparative and Omics Tools in BioCyc instructional videos.
The Omics Viewer takes as input a tab-delimited data file that is stored on your local computer. The file contains relative or absolute data for a set of genes, proteins, reactions, metabolites, or some combination. Each row of the file contains data for a single gene, protein, reaction, or metabolite, and begins with the object name, ID or EC number. You may choose to display either data from a single column, the ratio of two columns, or a time series animation of multiple columns. Data columns other than those specified are ignored.
For an example data file, see here