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EcoCyc In bioinformatics EcoCyc is a biological database for the bacterium Escherichia coli K-12. The EcoCyc project performs literature-based curation of the "E. coli" genome, and of "E. coli" transcriptional regulation, transporters, and metabolic pathways. EcoCyc contains written summaries of "E. coli" genes, distilled from over 16,000 scientific articles. EcoCyc is also a description of the genome and cellular networks of "E. coli" that supports scientists to carry out computational analyses.
EcoCyc Data objects in the EcoCyc database describe each "E. coli" gene and gene product. Database objects also describe molecular interactions, including metabolic pathways, transport events, and the regulation of gene expression. EcoCyc provides several genome-scale visualization tools to aid in the analysis of omics data, such as by painting gene expression or metabolomics data onto the full regulatory network of "E. coli".
EcoCyc EcoCyc can be accessed through the EcoCyc web site, as a set of downloadable files, and in conjunction with the Pathway Tools software that can be installed locally on Macintosh, PC/Windows, and PC/Linux computers. The downloadable software provides capabilities that go well beyond the web version of EcoCyc.
Metabolic network Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG), EcoCyc , BioCyc and metaTIGER .
STRING (MINT, HPRD, BIND, DIP, BioGRID, KEGG, Reactome, IntAct, EcoCyc, NCI-Nature Pathway Interaction Database, GO).
Mixed acid fermentation Mixed acid fermentation in "E. coli" occurs in two stages. These stages are outlined by the biological database for "E. coli", EcoCyc.
Open Biomedical Ontologies The Generic Model Organism Project (GMOD) is a joint effort by the model organism system databases WormBase, FlyBase, MGI, SGD, Gramene, Rat Genome Database, EcoCyc, and TAIR to develop reusable components suitable for creating new community databases of biology.
Julio Collado-Vides Collado-Vides' research focuses on the regulation of gene expression in bacteria, in particular, creating a model of the regulatory network of "E. coli" K-12. The RegulonDB database (released in 2010) makes this data available. He has also been involved in the construction of the EcoCyc "E. coli" database and the completion of the sequenced "E. coli" genome.
BioCyc database collection Tier 1: Databases which have received at least one year of literature based manual curation. Currently there are seven databases in Tier 1. Out of the seven, MetaCyc is a major database that contains almost 2500 metabolic pathways from many organisms. The other important Tier 1 database is HumanCyc which contains around 300 metabolic pathways found in humans. The remaining five databases include, EcoCyc ("E. coli"), AraCyc ("Arabidopsis thaliana"), YeastCyc ("Saccharomyces cerevisiae"), LeishCyc ("Leishmania major Friedlin") and TrypanoCyc ("Trypanosoma brucei").
Biological database Species-specific databases are available for some species, mainly those that are often used in research (Model Organisms). For example, EcoCyc is an "E. coli" database. Other popular Model Organism Databases include Mouse Genome Informatics for the laboratory mouse, "Mus musculus", the Rat Genome Database for "Rattus", ZFIN for "Danio Rerio" (zebrafish), PomBase for the fission yeast "Schizosaccharomyces pombe", FlyBase for "Drosophila", WormBase for the nematodes "Caenorhabditis elegans" and "Caenorhabditis briggsae", and Xenbase for Xenopus tropicalis and Xenopus laevis frogs.