The following Reactomes are known to us. Clicking on the name of any one of these will take you either to the home page or a description of planned work.
Arabidopsis Reactome A curated knowledgebase of plant biological pathways (John Innes Centre). Contains many plant pathways curated by the John Innes team, plus plant pathways imported from AraCyc and KEGG.
FlyReactome The aim of FlyReactome, based in the Department of Genetics, University of Cambridge, is to develop a curated repository for Drosophila melanogaster pathways and reactions.
Gallus Reactome The aim of GallusReactome, based at the University of Delaware and the NYU School of Medicine, is to develop a curated repository for Gallus gallus pathways and reactions in collaboration with the Reactome project.
Microme The Microme project will assemble and develop a bioinformatics infrastructure, together with a projection and curation process, aimed at generating complete pathway assemblies from genome annotations, on to whole-cell metabolic models for a subset of species.
Plant Reactome Plant Reactome is a freely accessible plant pathway database which hosts plant metabolic and regulatory pathways.