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Oxysterols (1)

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I annotated this compound with the KEGG Compound ID for 3beta-Hydroxysterol, however, that is just one example of an oxysterol. This pathway refers to the class of compounds 'oxysterols', for which it seems there is no suitable identifier... Is there a chemical ontology that could be used? It seems like there should be. In the end I went with the Wikipedia article of the same name.

Another alternative would be to allow a new 'Metabolite class' object, and provide several compound annotations for the class... but that seems wrong now I think about it (the class should be defined externally to a pathway).

Oh, and I also found another bug, somehow, after originally opening the pathway editor, I was logged out of the site. Then when I came to save, it didn't warn me about not being logged in, instead it barfed, causing me to loose my changes. That would be painfully annoying if I had done any substantial editing.

Cheers, --Dmb 12:15, 23 August 2011 (UTC)

Almost Ready (1)

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This pathway is coming together nicely! Great job so far. The only thing holding it back as far as being recognized as "ready for analysis" and even as a "featured pathway", is the missing datanode references. You might not be able to 100% of the node connected to database objects, but certainly more than the current number. The easiest way to do this is to double-click on a given node, type the gene or metabolite name into the search field, click search, then simply select from the results and all the fields will be filled in automatically. Refer to our Help pages if you get stuck or email the wikipathways-discuss mailing list. --AlexanderPico 19:41, 19 April 2011 (UTC)

Nice work. Thanks for adding the database connections. Another trick is to add anchors to lines that are intersected by other lines. Anchors provide a way to proper connect a line to another line and have it "stick." I went ahead and added the anchors. I also rerouted a few edges for clarity. And renamed one of the Insig1 molecules to Insig2. If any of this is incorrect, please feel free to undo or fix the changes. --AlexanderPico 03:27, 28 April 2011 (UTC)

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