\name{@ANNOBJPREFIX@ENZYME2PROBE}
\alias{@ANNOBJPREFIX@ENZYME2PROBE}
\title{Map between Enzyme Commission Numbers and Manufacturer Identifiers}
\description{
@ANNOBJPREFIX@ENZYME2PROBE is an R object that maps Enzyme Commission
(EC) numbers to manufacturer identifiers.
}
\details{
Each EC number maps to a named vector containing all of the
manufacturer identifiers that correspond to the gene that produces that
enzyme. The name of the vector corresponds to the EC number.

Enzyme Commission numbers are assigned by the Nomenclature Committee
of the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
\url{http://www.chem.qmw.ac.uk/iubmb/enzyme/} to allow enzymes to be
identified.

An Enzyme Commission number is of the format EC x.y.z.w, where x, y, z,
and w are numeric numbers. In @ANNOBJPREFIX@ENZYME2PROBE, EC is dropped from the
Enzyme Commission numbers.

Enzyme Commission numbers have corresponding names that describe the
functions of enzymes in such a way that EC x is a more general
description than EC x.y that in turn is a more general description than
EC x.y.z. The top level EC numbers and names are listed below:

EC 1 oxidoreductases

EC 2 transferases

EC 3 hydrolases

EC 4 lyases

EC 5 isomerases

EC 6 ligases

The EC name for a given EC number can be viewed at
\url{http://www.chem.qmul.ac.uk/iupac/jcbn/index.html#6}

Mappings were based on data provided by: @ENZYME2PROBESOURCE@

}

\references{
}

\seealso{
\itemize{
the \code{select()} interface.
}
}

\examples{
## select() interface:
## Objects in this package can be accessed using the select() interface
## from the AnnotationDbi package. See ?select for details.

## Bimap interface:
# Convert to a list
xx <- as.list(@ANNOBJPREFIX@ENZYME2PROBE)
if(length(xx) > 0){
# Gets the probe identifiers for the first five enzyme
#commission numbers
xx[1:5]
# Get the first one
xx[[1]]
}
}

\keyword{datasets}