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New and Updated Pathways. With version V58, Reactome has annotations for over 10,000 human proteins. New or revised pathways include: Cell cycle (FBXL7 down-regulates AURKA during mitotic entry and in early mitosis), Developmental biology (Keratinization), Disease (Oncogenic MAPK signaling and Deregulated CDK5 triggers multiple neurodegenerative pathways in Alzheimer’s disease models), Gene expression (PI5P Regulates TP53 AcetylationTranscriptional regulation by the AP-2 (TFAP2) family of transcription factors),  Immune system  (Neutrophil degranulation and Antimicrobial peptides), Metabolism of proteins (Synthesis of active ubiquitin: roles of E1 and E2 enzymes), Signal transduction (Signaling by MET and Downregulation of ERBB2 signaling), and Vesicle-mediated transport (RAB GEFs exchange GTP for GDP on RABs).

A pathway illustration is available for Deregulated CDK5 triggers multiple neurodegenerative pathways in Alzheimer’s disease .

Thanks to our Contributors. Our external author is Kavita Shah.  Emily AyoubJorge AzevedoWalter BirchmeierMiroslav BlumenbergMaria BogachekNullin DivechaRoman DziarskiRhys GrantDavid HainsNiels HeegardGuustaaf HeynenCatherine LindonAndrea MaratRobert StephensMichel Tremblay, and Ronald Weigel are our external reviewers.

Reactome comprises 10,168 human reactions organized into 2,069 pathways involving 10,461 proteins encoded by 10,221 different human genes, and 1,710 small molecules. These annotations are supported by 24,974 literature references. We have projected these reactions onto 110,710 orthologous proteins, creating 19,991 orthologous pathways in 18 non-human species.

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