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J-GLOBAL ID:201410063893292939   Research Resource code:NBDC00185 Update date:Nov. 26, 2017

REACTOME

REACTOME
Owning Organization:
  • Reactome team
Resource classification: Database
Tag (subject)  (1): Protein
Tag (data type)  (2): Expression ,  Interaction/Pathway
Species (21): Homo sapiens (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 9606) ,  Arabidopsis thaliana (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 3702) ,  Bos taurus (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 9913) ,  Caenorhabditis elegans (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 6239) ,  Canis lupus familiaris (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 9615) ,  Danio rerio (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 7955) ,  Dictyostelium discoideum (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 44689) ,  Drosophila melanogaster (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 7227) ,  Escherichia coli (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 562) ,  Gallus gallus (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 9031) ,  Mus musculus (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 10090) ,  Mycobacterium tuberculosis (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 1773) ,  Oryza sativa (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 4530) ,  Plasmodium falciparum (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 5833) ,  Rattus norvegicus (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 10116) ,  Saccharomyces cerevisiae (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 4932) ,  Schizosaccharomyces pombe (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 4896) ,  Staphylococcus aureus (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 1280) ,  Sus scrofa (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 9823) ,  Taeniopygia guttata (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 59729) ,  Xenopus (Silurana) tropicalis (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 8364)
Overview:
REACTOME is a database of human pathways for basic research, genome analysis, pathway modeling, systems biology and education. It contains manually curated and peer-reviewed pathway data which are annotated by expert biologists, in collaboration with Reactome editorial staff and cross-referenced to many bioinformatics databases. This database provides an intuitive website to navigate pathway knowledge and a suite of data analysis tools to support the pathway-based analysis of complex experimental and computational data sets. The curated human pathway data are available to infer orthologous events in 20 non-human species including mouse, rat, chicken, worm, fly, yeast, plant and bacteria. Using species comparison tool, users are able to compare predicted pathways with those of human to find reactions and pathways common to a selected species and human.
Source: NBDC
Record maintainer: Integbio Database Catalog
Record license: Creative Commons CC0 license

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