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What is the quickest way to calculate the number of chemical reactions present in each pathway for a given organism and which online database (kegg, metacyc,reactome..) is more helpful/reliable for this type of statistics?

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  • $\begingroup$ Hello, I think "present" is too ambitious here. I guess "known" is the best you can hope for. But I have not looked at the network data for a while, so I am not sure where is the knowledge now. $\endgroup$ – Kamil S Jaron Aug 5 at 15:23
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    $\begingroup$ Agreed. However I need to run a global statistics on the number of "known" reactions per pathway...clearly I expect some bias. $\endgroup$ – MMphysics Aug 5 at 16:02

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