Retrieve/ID mapping

Retrieving Rhea reactions

You can paste or upload a list of resource identifiers, separated by spaces or one per row, to retrieve the corresponding Rhea reactions.

Each job has a unique identifier and is stored for one week.

Supported resources

The following list of resources are supported:

Resource categoryResourceIdentifier type
ReactionsRheareaction IDs
EcoCycreaction IDs
MetaCycreaction IDs
Reactomereaction IDs
KEGGreaction IDs
Molecules/CompoundsInChIKeyfull/partial InChIKeys
ChEBI (exact)compound IDs
ChEBIcompound IDs
FunctionsEnzyme classificationcomplete/partial EC numbers
Gene Ontology (exact)GO Molecular Function IDs
Gene OntologyGO Molecular Function IDs

Ontology versus exact mapping

For resources that are ontologies, like ChEBI and the Gene Ontology (GO), the default mapping uses the ontology's relationships to retrieve Rhea reactions that are linked either directly to your query IDs or indirectly via one of their related IDs (see this example).

You can choose the corresponding exact option to retrieve only Rhea reactions that are directly related to your query IDs.

Here is an example for the Gene Ontology that illustrates the difference between the options:

  • Gene Ontology (exact):
    GO:0003884 is mapped to one Rhea reaction.
  • Gene Ontology:
    GO:0003884 is the parent of several GO terms that are mapped to Rhea reactions.

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Molecules/Compounds mapping

For resources of the category 'Molecules/Compounds', each query ID is first mapped to its major microspecies at pH 7.3 (shown in round brackets in the result column 'Your list...'), that is then mapped to Rhea reactions.