Welcome to the Reactome Wiki
Monday, 23 April 2018
Reactome is an online bioinformatics database of human biology described in molecular terms. It is an on-line encyclopedia of core human pathways - DNA replication, transcription, translation, the cell cycle, metabolism, and signaling cascades - and can be browsed to retrieve up-to-date information about a topic of interest, e.g., the molecular details of the signaling cascade set off when the hormone insulin binds to its cell-surface receptor, or used as an analytical tool for the interpretation of large datasets like those generated by DNA microarray analysis. The information in Reactome is provided by expert biologists and gathered from the published research literature. Each module is peer-reviewed before it is publicly released on the Reactome website, and is periodically updated.
This wiki is part of our online documentation and curation resources. Use the navigation bar above to access our user guides and documentation.We also ask that you help us keep our documentation as clear, up-to-date, and useful as possible. You are welcome, in fact, invited to refine our documentation. Please read through the highlighted section below and consider filling out the form to become a registered Reactome wiki user.
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As of today the Reactome Wiki houses 91 articles, using 1,013 pages, maintained by 133 users, whom have edited these pages 7,343 times.