Reactome: A Curated Pathway Database

Join the Gramene/Plant Reactome Team at PAG 2014

Posted on January 3rd, 2014, by robinhaw, under Conference and Meeting, Reactome Announcement, Reactome Event
The Gramene/Plant Reactome team will be presenting a workshop at the Plant and Animal Genomes (PAG 2014) Conference! Learn the latest updates to Gramene’s comparative genomics and pathways visualization/mining tools to aid your research of plant models and crops.
Workshops will give a broad overview of Gramene’s database resources and demonstrate many specific topics like how to:
  • Explore plant reference genomes with value-added functional annotation, population data, and phylogenomic comparisons
  • Navigate metabolic and regulatory pathways with the new Plant Reactome
  • Analysis of gene expression datasets on Plant Reactome
  • Visualize your data on Gramene’s genome and pathway browsers
  • Mine mutant genes from our extensive germplasm genotype database
  • Download images, sequences, orthologs, gene-trees, and many other data in a variety of conventional formats
  • Give feedback and get help!
Meet with Gramene staff and developers to explore what Gramene can do for you.
Also please VISIT OUR BOOTH for one-on-one assistance or just to say Hi!
Details:

Version 43 Released

Topics with new or revised events include Immune system (TLR4 cascadeMyD88:Mal cascade on plasma membrane, and MyD88-independent cascade), Cell Cycle (Condensation of prometaphase chromosomesMitotic prophase: MASTL facilitates mitotic progression, and Resolution of sister chromatid cohesion), Extracellular matrix organization (Collagen degradationElastic fibre formation, and Assembly of collagen fibrils and other multimeric structures), Metabolism (Inositol Phosphate MetabolismArachidonic acid metabolismMitochondrial Iron-Sulfur Cluster Biogenesis, and Phosphate bond hydrolysis by NUDT proteins), Signal Transduction (Signaling by Activin and Signaling by IGF1R), and Gene expression. New pathway illustrations for this release include Cell Cycle and ApoptosisR Lill is our external author. A BurgessYG ChenKA FitzgeraldF GranucciM HolzenbergerR ItoS KalamajskiV MalhotraV MochidaL MuiznieksJ NapetschnigS RaleighF RauscherS Ricard-BlumTA RouaultM RushT SorsaWH TongT WundenbergI Zanoni, and N Zhang are our external reviewers. Reactome’s SBML export (available here) has been upgraded to Level2 Version4. Our SOAP and RESTful web services, have been moved to a new server. A new series of webinars, which will introduce the Reactome website and our suite of pathway and network visualization and analysis tools, will restart in January 2013. Registration details can be found on EventBrite. A new paper, describing the extension of the Reactome data model and enhancing the web tools to permit the annotation and visualization of protein variants, anti-cancer therapeutics, and other disease processes using Reactome, was published in Cancers.