Generate a metabolic reaction network in an anvi'o contigs database.
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Information on the predicted reactions and the involved metabolites are stored in two tables of the contigs-db. The program, anvi-get-metabolic-model-file, can be used to export the reaction-network from the database to a reaction-network-json file suitable for inspection and flux balance analysis.
The KO and ModelSEED Biochemistry databases must be set up and available to the program. By default, these are expected to be set up in default anvi’o data directories. anvi-setup-kegg-data and anvi-setup-modelseed-database must be run to set up these databases.
anvi-reaction-network -c /path/to/contigs-db
Custom locations for the reference databases can be provided with the flags,
anvi-reaction-network -c /path/to/contigs-db --ko-dir /path/to/set-up/ko-dir --modelseed-dir /path/to/set-up/modelseed-dir
If a contigs-db already contains a reaction-network from a previous run of this program, the flag
--overwrite-existing-network can overwrite the existing network with a new one. For example, if anvi-run-kegg-kofams is run again on a database using a newer version of KEGG, then anvi-reaction-network should be rerun to update the reaction-network derived from the KO annotations.
anvi-reaction-network -c /path/to/contigs-db --overwrite-existing-network
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