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WormFlux News
April 8, 2021
Check out our new Pathway Enrichment Analysis tool (PEA)!

December 23, 2020
WormPaths is published in bioRxiv.

December 21, 2020
Our new metabolic pathway visualization tool for C. elegans, WormPaths , is ready to explore. It consists of 66 hand-drawn pathway maps!

October 6, 2020
Our study on tissue relevant metabolism in C. elegans is published online.

March 13, 2020
Metabolic network model in WormFlux is updated and named iCEL1314! The former model (iCEL1273) is still available here .

June 9, 2017
WormFlux will be introduced in the C. elegans Metabolomics and Metabolic Networks Workshop on June 23 at the Worm meeting.

May 25, 2016
iCEL1273 is published in Cell Systems. Click to reach.

May 24, 2016
The search engine of WormFlux is updated. Partial hits are shown and wild characters are allowed.

May 19, 2016
iCEL1273 appears online in Cell Systems.

May 19, 2016
The first official version of WormFlux web site is launched.

February 15, 2016
Beta version of WormFlux web site is launched for a test ride.

November 15, 2015
Our current model, iCEL1273, is developed and finalized with 1273 genes, 1985 reactions, 623 enzymes, and 887 unique compounds.
Metabolic Network Modeling of C. elegans
The model has recently been updated (from iCEL1273 to iCEL1314). You can reach the former model at iCEL1273.

The current metabolic network model is iCEL1314. You can:


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