Reactome has long been one of our favorite resources for looking at pathways and interactions. The data quality is very high, and there are some very fun tools to use. In fact, they were one of the earliest tutorials we did years back (but of course we have updated since).
If you aren’t already familiar with it, you should check it out: Reactome.org And even if you do know about this, you may not know that it also comes in green! I did that as a Tip of the Week once–and check out Arabidopsis Reactome. Of course, you’ll also find Reactome data in other places–like Entrez Gene, PID, and more.
And you should also help them out by answering their survey. Here’s the request from the Reactome team:
Reactome Pathway Database User Survey
Reactome is committed to providing access to high-quality pathway information and helpful data analysis tools. With this in mind, we are actively soliciting comments from the research community in order to assess community needs. We are interested to hear about your experience with Reactome, and would like to know a bit about your background and research interests so that we can continue to improve the Reactome site and tools.
You can access the survey at: http://tinyurl.com/l48zzq
Thank you for taking part.
Manager of Reactome Outreach
C’mon: you know the grant agencies and developers really want this kind of feedback. Help them out.