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. The information in this database is authored by biological researchers with expertise in their fields, maintained by the GallusReactome staff, and cross-referenced with external databases including UniProt, KEGG (Compound), ChEBI, PubMed and GO. In addition to curated Gallus gallus events, inferred orthologous events in zebra finch, turkey, crocodile and other Archosaurian species will be available in a future release.
GallusReactome is a free on-line resource, and Reactome software is open-source. However, please take note of our disclaimer.
This website is hosted at the OICR.
- November 15, 2010 Version 2 Released
The pathways of telomere maintenance
, and innate immune response mediated by toll like receptors are added.
- May 7, 2009 Version 1 Released
In this first release, pathways of glucose metabolism - glucose transport, glycolysis and gluconeogenesis, pyruvate metabolism, and the TCA cycle, as well as several aspects of DNA repair have been annotated. Work now underway includes annotation of amino acid and nucleotide metabolism as well as telomere maintenance and material to integrate DNA repair and replication processes with regulation of cell cycle progression.
Protein-protein interaction datasets, statistics and the editorial calendar are available.
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