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The reactome pathway knowledgebase 2022

Gillespie, Marc; Jassal, Bijay; Stephan, Ralf; Milacic, Marija; Rothfels, Karen; Senff-Ribeiro, Andrea; Griss, Johannes; Sevilla, Cristoffer; Matthews, Lisa; Gong, Chuqiao; Deng, Chuan; Varusai, Thawfeek; Ragueneau, Eliot; Haider, Yusra; May, Bruce; Shamovsky, Veronica; Weiser, Joel; Brunson, Timothy; Sanati, Nasim; Beckman, Liam; Shao, Xiang; Fabregat, Antonio; Sidiropoulos, Konstantinos; Murillo, Julieth; Viteri, Guilherme; Cook, Justin; Shorser, Solomon; Bader, Gary; Demir, Emek; Sander, Chris; Haw, Robin; Wu, Guanming; Stein, Lincoln; Hermjakob, Henning; D'Eustachio, Peter
The Reactome Knowledgebase (https://reactome.org), an Elixir core resource, provides manually curated molecular details across a broad range of physiological and pathological biological processes in humans, including both hereditary and acquired disease processes. The processes are annotated as an ordered network of molecular transformations in a single consistent data model. Reactome thus functions both as a digital archive of manually curated human biological processes and as a tool for discovering functional relationships in data such as gene expression profiles or somatic mutation catalogs from tumor cells. Recent curation work has expanded our annotations of normal and disease-associated signaling processes and of the drugs that target them, in particular infections caused by the SARS-CoV-1 and SARS-CoV-2 coronaviruses and the host response to infection. New tools support better simultaneous analysis of high-throughput data from multiple sources and the placement of understudied ('dark') proteins from analyzed datasets in the context of Reactome's manually curated pathways.
PMID: 34788843
ISSN: 1362-4962
CID: 5049232

Plant Reactome and PubChem: The Plant Pathway and (Bio)Chemical Entity Knowledgebases

Gupta, Parul; Naithani, Sushma; Preece, Justin; Kim, Sunghwan; Cheng, Tiejun; D'Eustachio, Peter; Elser, Justin; Bolton, Evan E; Jaiswal, Pankaj
Plant Reactome (https://plantreactome.gramene.org) and PubChem ( https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov ) are two reference data portals and resources for curated plant pathways, small molecules, metabolites, gene products, and macromolecular interactions. Plant Reactome knowledgebase, a conceptual plant pathway network, is built by biocuration and integrating (bio)chemical entities, gene products, and macromolecular interactions. It provides manually curated pathways for the reference species Oryza sativa (rice) and gene orthology-based projections that extend pathway knowledge to 106 plant species. Currently, it hosts 320 reference pathways for plant metabolism, hormone signaling, transport, genetic regulation, plant organ development and differentiation, and biotic and abiotic stress responses. In addition to the pathway browsing and search functions, the Plant Reactome provides the analysis tools for pathway comparison between reference and projected species, pathway enrichment in gene expression data, and overlay of gene-gene interaction data on pathways. PubChem, a popular reference database of (bio)chemical entities, provides information on small molecules and other types of chemical entities, such as siRNAs, miRNAs, lipids, carbohydrates, and chemically modified nucleotides. The data in PubChem is collected from hundreds of data sources, including Plant Reactome. This chapter provides a brief overview of the Plant Reactome and the PubChem knowledgebases, their association to other public resources providing accessory information, and how users can readily access the contents.
PMID: 35037224
ISSN: 1940-6029
CID: 5131362

COVID19 Disease Map, a computational knowledge repository of virus-host interaction mechanisms

Ostaszewski, Marek; Niarakis, Anna; Mazein, Alexander; Kuperstein, Inna; Phair, Robert; Orta-Resendiz, Aurelio; Singh, Vidisha; Aghamiri, Sara Sadat; Acencio, Marcio Luis; Glaab, Enrico; Ruepp, Andreas; Fobo, Gisela; Montrone, Corinna; Brauner, Barbara; Frishman, Goar; Monraz Gómez, Luis Cristóbal; Somers, Julia; Hoch, Matti; Kumar Gupta, Shailendra; Scheel, Julia; Borlinghaus, Hanna; Czauderna, Tobias; Schreiber, Falk; Montagud, Arnau; Ponce de Leon, Miguel; Funahashi, Akira; Hiki, Yusuke; Hiroi, Noriko; Yamada, Takahiro G; Dräger, Andreas; Renz, Alina; Naveez, Muhammad; Bocskei, Zsolt; Messina, Francesco; Börnigen, Daniela; Fergusson, Liam; Conti, Marta; Rameil, Marius; Nakonecnij, Vanessa; Vanhoefer, Jakob; Schmiester, Leonard; Wang, Muying; Ackerman, Emily E; Shoemaker, Jason E; Zucker, Jeremy; Oxford, Kristie; Teuton, Jeremy; Kocakaya, Ebru; Summak, Gökçe YaÄŸmur; Hanspers, Kristina; Kutmon, Martina; Coort, Susan; Eijssen, Lars; Ehrhart, Friederike; Rex, Devasahayam Arokia Balaya; Slenter, Denise; Martens, Marvin; Pham, Nhung; Haw, Robin; Jassal, Bijay; Matthews, Lisa; Orlic-Milacic, Marija; Senff Ribeiro, Andrea; Rothfels, Karen; Shamovsky, Veronica; Stephan, Ralf; Sevilla, Cristoffer; Varusai, Thawfeek; Ravel, Jean-Marie; Fraser, Rupsha; Ortseifen, Vera; Marchesi, Silvia; Gawron, Piotr; Smula, Ewa; Heirendt, Laurent; Satagopam, Venkata; Wu, Guanming; Riutta, Anders; Golebiewski, Martin; Owen, Stuart; Goble, Carole; Hu, Xiaoming; Overall, Rupert W; Maier, Dieter; Bauch, Angela; Gyori, Benjamin M; Bachman, John A; Vega, Carlos; Grouès, Valentin; Vazquez, Miguel; Porras, Pablo; Licata, Luana; Iannuccelli, Marta; Sacco, Francesca; Nesterova, Anastasia; Yuryev, Anton; de Waard, Anita; Turei, Denes; Luna, Augustin; Babur, Ozgun; Soliman, Sylvain; Valdeolivas, Alberto; Esteban-Medina, Marina; Peña-Chilet, Maria; Rian, Kinza; Helikar, Tomáš; Puniya, Bhanwar Lal; Modos, Dezso; Treveil, Agatha; Olbei, Marton; De Meulder, Bertrand; Ballereau, Stephane; Dugourd, Aurélien; Naldi, Aurélien; Noël, Vincent; Calzone, Laurence; Sander, Chris; Demir, Emek; Korcsmaros, Tamas; Freeman, Tom C; Augé, Franck; Beckmann, Jacques S; Hasenauer, Jan; Wolkenhauer, Olaf; Wilighagen, Egon L; Pico, Alexander R; Evelo, Chris T; Gillespie, Marc E; Stein, Lincoln D; Hermjakob, Henning; D'Eustachio, Peter; Saez-Rodriguez, Julio; Dopazo, Joaquin; Valencia, Alfonso; Kitano, Hiroaki; Barillot, Emmanuel; Auffray, Charles; Balling, Rudi; Schneider, Reinhard
We need to effectively combine the knowledge from surging literature with complex datasets to propose mechanistic models of SARS-CoV-2 infection, improving data interpretation and predicting key targets of intervention. Here, we describe a large-scale community effort to build an open access, interoperable and computable repository of COVID-19 molecular mechanisms. The COVID-19 Disease Map (C19DMap) is a graphical, interactive representation of disease-relevant molecular mechanisms linking many knowledge sources. Notably, it is a computational resource for graph-based analyses and disease modelling. To this end, we established a framework of tools, platforms and guidelines necessary for a multifaceted community of biocurators, domain experts, bioinformaticians and computational biologists. The diagrams of the C19DMap, curated from the literature, are integrated with relevant interaction and text mining databases. We demonstrate the application of network analysis and modelling approaches by concrete examples to highlight new testable hypotheses. This framework helps to find signatures of SARS-CoV-2 predisposition, treatment response or prioritisation of drug candidates. Such an approach may help deal with new waves of COVID-19 or similar pandemics in the long-term perspective.
PMCID:8524328
PMID: 34664389
ISSN: 1744-4292
CID: 5037672

Gramene 2021: harnessing the power of comparative genomics and pathways for plant research

Tello-Ruiz, Marcela K; Naithani, Sushma; Gupta, Parul; Olson, Andrew; Wei, Sharon; Preece, Justin; Jiao, Yinping; Wang, Bo; Chougule, Kapeel; Garg, Priyanka; Elser, Justin; Kumari, Sunita; Kumar, Vivek; Contreras-Moreira, Bruno; Naamati, Guy; George, Nancy; Cook, Justin; Bolser, Daniel; D'Eustachio, Peter; Stein, Lincoln D; Gupta, Amit; Xu, Weijia; Regala, Jennifer; Papatheodorou, Irene; Kersey, Paul J; Flicek, Paul; Taylor, Crispin; Jaiswal, Pankaj; Ware, Doreen
Gramene (http://www.gramene.org), a knowledgebase founded on comparative functional analyses of genomic and pathway data for model plants and major crops, supports agricultural researchers worldwide. The resource is committed to open access and reproducible science based on the FAIR data principles. Since the last NAR update, we made nine releases; doubled the genome portal's content; expanded curated genes, pathways and expression sets; and implemented the Domain Informational Vocabulary Extraction (DIVE) algorithm for extracting gene function information from publications. The current release, #63 (October 2020), hosts 93 reference genomes-over 3.9 million genes in 122 947 families with orthologous and paralogous classifications. Plant Reactome portrays pathway networks using a combination of manual biocuration in rice (320 reference pathways) and orthology-based projections to 106 species. The Reactome platform facilitates comparison between reference and projected pathways, gene expression analyses and overlays of gene-gene interactions. Gramene integrates ontology-based protein structure-function annotation; information on genetic, epigenetic, expression, and phenotypic diversity; and gene functional annotations extracted from plant-focused journals using DIVE. We train plant researchers in biocuration of genes and pathways; host curated maize gene structures as tracks in the maize genome browser; and integrate curated rice genes and pathways in the Plant Reactome.
PMCID:7779000
PMID: 33170273
ISSN: 1362-4962
CID: 4770752

The Gene Ontology resource: enriching a GOld mine

Carbon, Seth; Douglass, Eric; Good, Benjamin M.; Unni, Deepak R.; Harris, Nomi L.; Mungall, Christopher J.; Basu, Siddartha; Chisholm, Rex L.; Dodson, Robert J.; Hartline, Eric; Fey, Petra; Thomas, Paul D.; Albou, Laurent-Philippe; Ebert, Dustin; Kesling, Michael J.; Mi, Huaiyu; Muruganujan, Anushya; Huang, Xiaosong; Mushayahama, Tremayne; LaBonte, Sandra A.; Siegele, Deborah A.; Antonazzo, Giulia; Attrill, Helen; Brown, Nick H.; Garapati, Phani; Marygold, Steven J.; Trovisco, Vitor; Dos Santos, Gil; Falls, Kathleen; Tabone, Christopher; Zhou, Pinglei; Goodman, Joshua L.; Strelets, Victor B.; Thurmond, Jim; Garmiri, Penelope; Ishtiaq, Rizwan; Rodriguez-Lopez, Milagros; Acencio, Marcio L.; Kuiper, Martin; Laegreid, Astrid; Logie, Colin; Lovering, Ruth C.; Kramarz, Barbara; Saverimuttu, Shirin C. C.; Pinheiro, Sandra M.; Gunn, Heather; Su, Renzhi; Thurlow, Katherine E.; Chibucos, Marcus; Giglio, Michelle; Nadendla, Suvarna; Munro, James; Jackson, Rebecca; Duesbury, Margaret J.; Del-Toro, Noemi; Meldal, Birgit H. M.; Paneerselvam, Kalpana; Perfetto, Livia; Porras, Pablo; Orchard, Sandra; Shrivastava, Anjali; Chang, Hsin-Yu; Finn, Robert Daniel; Mitchell, Alexander Lawson; Rawlings, Neil David; Richardson, Lorna; Sangrador-Vegas, Amaia; Blake, Judith A.; Christie, Karen R.; Dolan, Mary E.; Drabkin, Harold J.; Hill, David P.; Ni, Li; Sitnikov, Dmitry M.; Harris, Midori A.; Oliver, Stephen G.; Rutherford, Kim; Wood, Valerie; Hayles, Jaqueline; Bahler, Jurg; Bolton, Elizabeth R.; De Pons, Jeffery L.; Dwinell, Melinda R.; Hayman, G. Thomas; Kaldunski, Mary L.; Kwitek, Anne E.; Laulederkind, Stanley J. F.; Plasterer, Cody; Tutaj, Marek A.; Vedi, Mahima; Wang, Shur-Jen; D\Eustachio, Peter; Matthews, Lisa; Balhoff, James P.; Aleksander, Suzi A.; Alexander, Michael J.; Cherry, J. Michael; Engel, Stacia R.; Gondwe, Felix; Karra, Kalpana; Miyasato, Stuart R.; Nash, Robert S.; Simison, Matt; Skrzypek, Marek S.; Weng, Shuai; Wong, Edith D.; Feuermann, Marc; Gaudet, Pascale; Morgat, Anne; Bakker, Erica; Berardini, Tanya Z.; Reiser, Leonore; Subramaniam, Shabari; Huala, Eva; Arighi, Cecilia N.; Auchincloss, Andrea; Axelsen, Kristian; Argoud-Puy, Ghislaine; Bateman, Alex; Blatter, Marie-Claude; Boutet, Emmanuel; Bowler, Emily; Breuza, Lionel; Bridge, Alan; Britto, Ramona; Bye-A-Jee, Hema; Casas, Cristina Casals; Coudert, Elisabeth; Denny, Paul; Estreicher, Anne; Famiglietti, Maria Livia; Georghiou, George; Gos, Arnaud; Gruaz-Gumowski, Nadine; Hatton-Ellis, Emma; Hulo, Chantal; Ignatchenko, Alexandr; Jungo, Florence; Laiho, Kati; Le Mercier, Philippe; Lieberherr, Damien; Lock, Antonia; Lussi, Yvonne; MacDougall, Alistair; Magrane, Michele; Martin, Maria J.; Masson, Patrick; Natale, Darren A.; Hyka-Nouspikel, Nevila; Orchard, Sandra; Pedruzzi, Ivo; Pourcel, Lucille; Poux, Sylvain; Pundir, Sangya; Rivoire, Catherine; Speretta, Elena; Sundaram, Shyamala; Tyagi, Nidhi; Warner, Kate; Zaru, Rossana; Wu, Cathy H.; Diehl, Alexander D.; Chan, Juancarlos N.; Grove, Christian; Lee, Raymond Y. N.; Muller, Hans-Michael; Raciti, Daniela; Van Auken, Kimberly; Sternberg, Paul W.; Berriman, Matthew; Paulini, Michael; Howe, Kevin; Gao, Sibyl; Wright, Adam; Stein, Lincoln; Howe, Douglas G.; Toro, Sabrina; Westerfield, Monte; Jaiswal, Pankaj; Cooper, Laurel; Elser, Justin
ISI:000608437800042
ISSN: 0305-1048
CID: 4774022

Using Reactome to build an autophagy mechanism knowledgebase

Varusai, Thawfeek Mohamed; Jupe, Steven; Sevilla, Cristoffer; Matthews, Lisa; Gillespie, Marc; Stein, Lincoln; Wu, Guanming; D'Eustachio, Peter; Metzakopian, Emmanouil; Hermjakob, Henning
The 21st century has revealed much about the fundamental cellular process of autophagy. Autophagy controls the catabolism and recycling of various cellular components both as a constitutive process and as a response to stress and foreign material invasion. There is considerable knowledge of the molecular mechanisms of autophagy, and this is still growing as new modalities emerge. There is a need to investigate autophagy mechanisms reliably, comprehensively and conveniently. Reactome is a freely available knowledgebase that consists of manually curated molecular events (reactions) organized into cellular pathways (https://reactome.org/). Pathways/reactions in Reactome are hierarchically structured, graphically presented and extensively annotated. Data analysis tools, such as pathway enrichment, expression data overlay and species comparison, are also available. For customized analysis, information can also be programmatically queried. Here, we discuss the curation and annotation of the molecular mechanisms of autophagy in Reactome. We also demonstrate the value that Reactome adds to research by reanalyzing a previously published work on genome-wide CRISPR screening of autophagy components.
PMID: 32486891
ISSN: 1554-8635
CID: 4480972

Plant Reactome: a knowledgebase and resource for comparative pathway analysis

Naithani, Sushma; Gupta, Parul; Preece, Justin; D'Eustachio, Peter; Elser, Justin L; Garg, Priyanka; Dikeman, Daemon A; Kiff, Jason; Cook, Justin; Olson, Andrew; Wei, Sharon; Tello-Ruiz, Marcela K; Mundo, Antonio Fabregat; Munoz-Pomer, Alfonso; Mohammed, Suhaib; Cheng, Tiejun; Bolton, Evan; Papatheodorou, Irene; Stein, Lincoln; Ware, Doreen; Jaiswal, Pankaj
Plant Reactome (https://plantreactome.gramene.org) is an open-source, comparative plant pathway knowledgebase of the Gramene project. It uses Oryza sativa (rice) as a reference species for manual curation of pathways and extends pathway knowledge to another 82 plant species via gene-orthology projection using the Reactome data model and framework. It currently hosts 298 reference pathways, including metabolic and transport pathways, transcriptional networks, hormone signaling pathways, and plant developmental processes. In addition to browsing plant pathways, users can upload and analyze their omics data, such as the gene-expression data, and overlay curated or experimental gene-gene interaction data to extend pathway knowledge. The curation team actively engages researchers and students on gene and pathway curation by offering workshops and online tutorials. The Plant Reactome supports, implements and collaborates with the wider community to make data and tools related to genes, genomes, and pathways Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Re-usable (FAIR).
PMID: 31680153
ISSN: 1362-4962
CID: 4179132

The reactome pathway knowledgebase

Jassal, Bijay; Matthews, Lisa; Viteri, Guilherme; Gong, Chuqiao; Lorente, Pascual; Fabregat, Antonio; Sidiropoulos, Konstantinos; Cook, Justin; Gillespie, Marc; Haw, Robin; Loney, Fred; May, Bruce; Milacic, Marija; Rothfels, Karen; Sevilla, Cristoffer; Shamovsky, Veronica; Shorser, Solomon; Varusai, Thawfeek; Weiser, Joel; Wu, Guanming; Stein, Lincoln; Hermjakob, Henning; D'Eustachio, Peter
The Reactome Knowledgebase (https://reactome.org) provides molecular details of signal transduction, transport, DNA replication, metabolism and other cellular processes as an ordered network of molecular transformations in a single consistent data model, an extended version of a classic metabolic map. Reactome functions both as an archive of biological processes and as a tool for discovering functional relationships in data such as gene expression profiles or somatic mutation catalogs from tumor cells. To extend our ability to annotate human disease processes, we have implemented a new drug class and have used it initially to annotate drugs relevant to cardiovascular disease. Our annotation model depends on external domain experts to identify new areas for annotation and to review new content. New web pages facilitate recruitment of community experts and allow those who have contributed to Reactome to identify their contributions and link them to their ORCID records. To improve visualization of our content, we have implemented a new tool to automatically lay out the components of individual reactions with multiple options for downloading the reaction diagrams and associated data, and a new display of our event hierarchy that will facilitate visual interpretation of pathway analysis results.
PMID: 31691815
ISSN: 1362-4962
CID: 4179402

The Gene Ontology Resource: 20 years and still GOing strong

Carbon, S; Douglass, E; Dunn, N; Good, B; Harris, N L; Lewis, S E; Mungall, C J; Basu, S; Chisholm, R L; Dodson, R J; Hartline, E; Fey, P; Thomas, P D; Albou, L P; Ebert, D; Kesling, M J; Mi, H; Muruganujan, A; Huang, X; Poudel, S; Mushayahama, T; Hu, J C; LaBonte, S A; Siegele, D A; Antonazzo, G; Attrill, H; Brown, N H; Fexova, S; Garapati, P; Jones, T E M; Marygold, S J; Millburn, G H; Rey, A J; Trovisco, V; Dos, Santos G; Emmert, D B; Falls, K; Zhou, P; Goodman, J L; Strelets, V B; Thurmond, J; Courtot, M; Osumi, D -S; Parkinson, H; Roncaglia, P; Acencio, M L; Kuiper, M; Lreid, A; Logie, C; Lovering, R C; Huntley, R P; Denny, P; Campbell, N H; Kramarz, B; Acquaah, V; Ahmad, S H; Chen, H; Rawson, J H; Chibucos, M C; Giglio, M; Nadendla, S; Tauber, R; Duesbury, M J; Del, N -T; Meldal, B H M; Perfetto, L; Porras, P; Orchard, S; Shrivastava, A; Xie, Z; Chang, H Y; Finn, R D; Mitchell, A L; Rawlings, N D; Richardson, L; Sangrador-Vegas, A; Blake, J A; Christie, K R; Dolan, M E; Drabkin, H J; Hill, D P; Ni, L; Sitnikov, D; Harris, M A; Oliver, S G; Rutherford, K; Wood, V; Hayles, J; Bahler, J; Lock, A; Bolton, E R; De, Pons J; Dwinell, M; Hayman, G T; Laulederkind, S J F; Shimoyama, M; Tutaj, M; Wang, S -J; D'Eustachio, P; Matthews, L; Balhoff, J P; Aleksander, S A; Binkley, G; Dunn, B L; Cherry, J M; Engel, S R; Gondwe, F; Karra, K; MacPherson, K A; Miyasato, S R; Nash, R S; Ng, P C; Sheppard, T K; Shrivatsav, Vp A; Simison, M; Skrzypek, M S; Weng, S; Wong, E D; Feuermann, M; Gaudet, P; Bakker, E; Berardini, T Z; Reiser, L; Subramaniam, S; Huala, E; Arighi, C; Auchincloss, A; Axelsen, K; Argoud, G -P; Bateman, A; Bely, B; Blatter, M -C; Boutet, E; Breuza, L; Bridge, A; Britto, R; Bye-A-Jee, H; Casals-Casas, C; Coudert, E; Estreicher, A; Famiglietti, L; Garmiri, P; Georghiou, G; Gos, A; Gruaz-Gumowski, N; Hatton-Ellis, E; Hinz, U; Hulo, C; Ignatchenko, A; Jungo, F; Keller, G; Laiho, K; Lemercier, P; Lieberherr, D; Lussi, Y; Mac-Dougall, A; Magrane, M; Martin, M J; Masson, P; Natale, D A; Hyka, N -N; Pedruzzi, I; Pichler, K; Poux, S; Rivoire, C; Rodriguez-Lopez, M; Sawford, T; Speretta, E; Shypitsyna, A; Stutz, A; Sundaram, S; Tognolli, M; Tyagi, N; Warner, K; Zaru, R; Wu, C; Chan, J; Cho, J; Gao, S; Grove, C; Harrison, M C; Howe, K; Lee, R; Mendel, J; Muller, H -M; Raciti, D; Van, Auken K; Berriman, M; Stein, L; Sternberg, P W; Howe, D; Toro, S; Westerfield, M
The Gene Ontology resource (GO; http://geneontology.org) provides structured, computable knowledge regarding the functions of genes and gene products. Founded in 1998, GO has become widely adopted in the life sciences, and its contents are under continual improvement, both in quantity and in quality. Here, we report the major developments of the GO resource during the past two years. Each monthly release of the GO resource is now packaged and given a unique identifier (DOI), enabling GO-based analyses on a specific release to be reproduced in the future. The molecular function ontology has been refactored to better represent the overall activities of gene products, with a focus on transcription regulator activities. Quality assurance efforts have been ramped up to address potentially out-of-date or inaccurate annotations. New evidence codes for high-Throughput experiments now enable users to filter out annotations obtained from these sources. GO-CAM, a new framework for representing gene function that is more expressive than standard GO annotations, has been released, and users can now explore the growing repository of these models. We also provide the a GO ribbon' widget for visualizing GO annotations to a gene; the widget can be easily embedded in any web page.
EMBASE:626499713
ISSN: 1362-4962
CID: 3788062

Reactome and ORCID-fine-grained credit attribution for community curation

Viteri, Guilherme; Matthews, Lisa; Varusai, Thawfeek; Gillespie, Marc; Milacic, Marija; Cook, Justin; Weiser, Joel; Shorser, Solomon; Sidiropoulos, Konstantinos; Fabregat, Antonio; Haw, Robin; Wu, Guanming; Stein, Lincoln; D'Eustachio, Peter; Hermjakob, Henning
Reactome is a manually curated, open-source, open-data knowledge base of biomolecular pathways. Reactome has always provided clear credit attribution for authors, curators and reviewers through fine-grained annotation of all three roles at the reaction and pathway level. These data are visible in the web interface and provided through the various data download formats. To enhance visibility and credit attribution for the work of authors, curators and reviewers, and to provide additional opportunities for Reactome community engagement, we have implemented key changes to Reactome: contributor names are now fully searchable in the web interface, and contributors can 'claim' their contributions to their ORCID profile with a few clicks. In addition, we are reaching out to domain experts to request their help in reviewing and editing Reactome pathways through a new 'Contribution' section, highlighting pathways which are awaiting community review. Database URL: https://reactome.org.
PMCID:6892999
PMID: 31802127
ISSN: 1758-0463
CID: 4249952