The KEGG MODULE database is a manually curated collection of modular functional units, categorized into pathway modules, signature modules and reaction modules. A pathway module or a signature module is identified by the unique identifier called the M number ('M' followed by five-digit number) and contains a list of KEGG ORTHOLOGY (KO) identifiers representing the unit. A reaction module is identified by the RM number ('RM' followed by three-digit group number plus two-digit number).
The definition of the module as a list of K numbers for pathway/signature modules and RC numbers for reaction modules. Comma separated K numbers or RC numbers indicate alternatives. Plus signs are used to represent a complex or a combination and a minus sign denotes a non-essential component in the complex.
The thumbnail of the corresponding MODULE diagram.
The list of KEGG ORTHOLOGY identifiers (K numbers).
Classification of modules.
(Reaction module only) Group of different RC number definitions that constitute a reaction module.
The list of reactions (R numbers) in the metabolic pathway module.
The list of compounds (C numbers) in the metabolic pathway module.
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Links to outside databases.
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