FUNGIpath: A tool to assess fungal metabolic pathways predicted by orthology

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Abstract

More and more completely sequenced fungal genomes are becoming available and many more sequencing projects are in progress. This deluge of data should improve our knowledge of the various primary and secondary metabolisms of Fungi, including their synthesis of useful compounds such as antibiotics or toxic molecules such as mycotoxins. Functional annotation of many fungal genomes is imperfect, especially of genes encoding enzymes, so we need dedicated tools to analyze their metabolic pathways in depth.

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Grossetête, S., Labedan, B., & Lespinet, O. (2010). FUNGIpath: A tool to assess fungal metabolic pathways predicted by orthology. BMC Genomics, 11(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2164-11-81

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