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A new EMP Database of Enzymes and Metabolic pathways public server is now available at: http://emp.mcs.anl.gov/

What is WIT?

WIT is a www-based system to support the curation of function assignments made to genes and the development of metabolic models. To read more about what we mean by this etc, see our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section.


For a more systematic walk-through, be welcome to try our tutorial,


or if you know what to do, follow one of the entry points in the navigation bar at the top of this page.


The following pages are among the most frequently visited, just to give you a quick impression of what is inside. The links are disabled on these pages, but are of course active if you continue through the navigation bar above.

Search Form This is usually the main entry point into WIT. All data are searchable through a small and simple interface.
Search Results This shows the output from the search form above. We see hyperlinked ORF's, pathways, EC-numbers, functional categories, clusters and clustered genes.
Functional Overview A "textual" outline of the functions/pathways present in a given organism, as concluded from metabolic reconstruction and known data.
ORF Page The main page that has annotation, similarities, etc etc, for all ORF's.
Pathway Page The main page that lists pathway information, their annotation etc, and allows users to include/exclude them from models.

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