The goal of Reactome is to represent the molecular details of all human pathways. As of Reactome version 42 (September 2012), our coverage of human proteins is 6436, roughly half of all human proteins with an identifiable function. Coverage improves continuously; see the Editorial Calendar for details of planned content for the next quarterly release. All our content is sourced from and reviewed by expert biologists who generously volunteer their time and expertise. We welcome contributions of any size from the biological community. Significant additions can be assigned Digital Object Identifiers and therefore qualify as online publications. If you are interested in contributing to Reactome, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal discussion.
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- Reactome: exploring and analysing biological pathways
- What is Reactome
- Who is Reactome for?
- When to use Reactome
- How to use Reactome
- Simple text or identifier searches
- Understanding the Pathway Browser
- Understanding pathway diagrams
- Check your learning - Principles of Reactome
- Reactome tools
- Check your learning - Reactome tools
- Contributing to Reactome
- Learn more
- Reactome help