Sensory processing of sound

New and Updated Topics and Pathways. Topics with new or revised pathways in V76 include Cellular responses to external stimuli (Cytoprotection by HMOX1 and Heme signaling), Disease (Defective pyroptosis), Gene Expression (tRNA-derived small RNA (tsRNA) biogenesis), Immune system (DDX58/IFIH1-mediated induction of interferon-alpha/beta and Signaling by CSF3 (G-CSF)), Programmed cell death (Pyroptosis), Sensory Perception (Sensory processing of sound), and Signal transduction (Miro GTPase Cycle, RHO GTPase Cycle, and RHOH GTPase Cycle).

New and Updated Illustrations. Illustrations with embedded navigation features have been added or revised for Cellular responses to stress, Cytokine Signaling in Immune system, Diseases of Metabolism, Metabolic disorders of biological oxidations enzymes, Sensory Perception, and Sensory processing of sound.

Thanks to our Contributors. Our external reviewers are Katia BassoInes CastroPeter DallosAnindya DuttaPhilippe FortDavid N. FurnessThirumala-Devi KannegantiCarlos Henrique Inacio RamosMichael SchraderHans-Uwe SimonJulia SomersZhangli SuIvo P. TouwBriana Wilson, and Zhibin Zhang.

Annotation Statistics. Reactome comprises 13,732 human reactions organized into 2,516 pathways involving 11,362 proteins and modified forms of proteins encoded by 11,073 different human genes, 13,409 complexes, 1,856 small molecules, and 415 drugs. These annotations are supported by 33,453 literature references. We have projected these reactions onto 74,384 orthologous proteins, creating 18,051 orthologous pathways in 15 non-human species. Version 76 has annotations for 2,949 protein variants (mutated proteins) and their post-translationally modified forms, derived from 337 proteins, which have been used to annotate disease-specific 1,550 reactions and 653 pathways.

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