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Welcome to WikiPathways BETA

WikiPathways is an open, public platform dedicated to the curation of biological pathways by and for the scientific community. More about WikiPathways...

Finding Pathways

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Browse

Browse by species and category

You can search by:
  • Pathway name (Apoptosis)
  • Gene or protein name (p53)
  • Any page content (cancer)

Contributing New Pathways

Create

Create a new pathway page

Suggest

Add a pathway to the wish list

Sample Pathway Pages

Sandbox

Play with the editor tools

Check out the following pages:

For more information see the Help pages


Today's Featured Pathway

TCA Cycle (Krebs Cycle) (Arabidopsis thaliana)

TCA Cycle (Krebs Cycle)
TCA Cycle (Krebs Cycle)

Latest discussions

12 June 2015
Edit to Calcium Regulation (1) by Alexander Pico
16 May 2015
Account creation (1) by Apers0n
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    Community Interest

    Portals within WikiPathways for communities with focused pathway interests:

    Want to start your own Portal? Contact us!

    Statistics

    • There are 2300 pathways
    • Number of pathways (and unique genes) per species:
    Anopheles gambiae: 27 (415)
    Arabidopsis thaliana: 82 (896)
    Bacillus subtilis: 3 (14)
    Beta vulgaris: 1 (12)
    Bos taurus: 288 (4289)
    Caenorhabditis elegans: 68 (917)
    Canis familiaris: 112 (2992)
    Danio rerio: 99 (2660)
    Drosophila melanogaster: 33 (576)
    Escherichia coli: 7 (28)
    Equus caballus: 12 (207)
    Gallus gallus: 100 (2086)
    Gibberella zeae: 2 (0)
    Homo sapiens: 633 (6161)
    Hordeum vulgare: 1 (9)
    Mus musculus: 195 (4736)
    Mycobacterium tuberculosis: 60 (939)
    Oryza sativa: 77 (709)
    Pan troglodytes: 117 (3056)
    Populus trichocarpa: 5 (0)
    Rattus norvegicus: 164 (3638)
    Saccharomyces cerevisiae: 135 (1019)
    Solanum lycopersicum: 8 (40)
    Sus scrofa: 10 (106)
    Zea mays: 60 (236)
    Plasmodium falciparum: 1 (0)
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