FLUX and pathways viewER

Fluxer version 2 released!
  • Two or more genome-scale metabolic models can be merged, compared, and translated with mergem
  • Models can be downloaded in SBML format
  • Graphs can be downloaded in GraphML format
  • FROG reports can be generated and downloaded
  • Models can be automatically retrieved from BioModels
  • Fluxer is a web application for the computation and interactive visualization of flux graphs from genome-scale metabolic models. Flux Balance Analysis is used to calculate the flux of the metabolic network, which can then be visualized with spanning trees, k-shortest paths, and complete graphs. More than 100 genome-scale metabolic networks are currently pre-loaded in the application and available for visualization. In addition, any user can upload their own SBML metabolic models for Fluxer to compute, analyze, and visualize their flux graphs. New models can be created by merging two or more models with mergem, which can also be used to visually compare multiple models or translate their metabolite and reaction IDs to other database systems. Generated graphs can be downloaded as high-quality images or GraphML and models as SBML.

    View an organism model

    Select model

    • Select a genome-scale models curated from publications and BiGG Models.

    Retrieve from BioModels

    Enter BioModel

    • Paste the ID or URL of a constraint-based model from BioModels.

    Use your own SBML model

    Upload model

    • A private, unique URL is generated for each model uploaded.

    Merge, compare, and translate models

    Use mergem to create a new model

    • Models can be selected from the curated list, uploaded from a SBML file, or entered with its Fluxer link (URL).

    Highlighted models:


    Escherichia coli

    BL21 (DE3)
    • iHK1487
      1877 metabolites
      2701 reactions


    Plasmodium falciparum

    3D7 View


    Saccharomyces cerevisiae

    • iND750
      1059 metabolites
      1266 reactions