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The Disease Maps Project is designed as a large-scale community effort. It is a network of groups that work together in order to better understand disease mechanisms. The project exchanges best practices, share information, develop tools to make it easier for all the involved groups to achieve their goals.
Projects: COVID-19 Disease Map
Web page: https://disease-maps.org
The German Network for Bioinformatics Infrastructure - de.NBI offers first class bioinformatics services including training and education to users in basic and applied life sciences research. In this network 40 projects belonging to eight service centers provide services that cover a wide variety of methods (genomics, proteomics, ...) and applications (from plants to humans). de.NBI-SysBio is the Systems Biology Service Center of de.NBI. In collaboration with FAIRDOM, de.NBI-SysBio serves the ...
Web page: http://www.denbi.de
The workshop focuses on the publication, curation, retrieval, and usage of kinetic data from the reaction kinetics database SABIO-RK and on the use of data in modeling. There will be experience reports from scientists who successfully used experimental data to formulate or verify biological hypotheses with the computer, and you will experience how experimental data can be used with computational models.
Public web page: http://www.h-its.org/event/kinetics-on-the-move/
Here we share resources and best practices to develop a disease map for COVID-19. The project is progressing as a broad community-driven effort. We aim to establish a knowledge repository on virus-host interaction mechanisms specific to the SARS-CoV-2. The COVID-19 Disease Map is an assembly of molecular interaction diagrams established based on literature evidence.
NLRP3 inflammasome activation
Thrombotic complications and coagulopathy in COVID-19
Kynurenine synthesis pathway
The role of the interaction between the SARS-CoV-2 Spike protein and the renin-angiotensin pathway, in particular human ACE2 in pulmonary blood pressure regulation
The Interferon-lambda (IFNL) map describes the action of the drug candidate IFNL on intra- and intercellular signal transduction under SARS-CoV-2.
The relation of the interferon 2 pathway and SARS-CoV-2.
The pathway of heme metabolism under COVID-19, involving Orf3a and Orf9c
The impact of SARS-CoV-2 on the apoptosis pathway
The pathways focused on SARS-CoV infections curated in Reactome. These pathways are work-in-progress.
Interactions of Nsp4 and Nsp6 proteins of SARS-CoV-2.
Interactions of the SARS-CoV-2 Orf3a with human proteins, especially in the context of the HOPS Complex.
A diagram of Nsp9 interactions.
Orf10 of SARS-CoV-2 and its interaction with the Cul2 pathway.
Pyrimidine deprivation and immune response related to human coronavirus infection
The mechanisms of the Electron Transport Chain under COVID-19, including Nsp7, Nsp8 and Orf9c
SARS-CoV-2 impact on the ER stress
COVID-19 Causal Networks: The SIGNOR team has curated the causal relationships that, according to available evidence, are likely to be relevant for the COVID-19 pathology. The perturbations caused by viral infection are integrated into the cell networks. Evidence obtained using related human coronaviruses diseases such as SARS and MERS are also mapped to the networks. Most of these are indirect relationships as few mechanistic details are clarified to date. As new evidence will be published, it ...
Pathway: Assembly of the Replication Transcription Complex and Transcription
Submitter: Marek Ostaszewski
Model type: Graphical model
Model format: SBGN-ML PD
Environment: Not specified
Investigations: No Investigations
Studies: No Studies
Assays: No Assays
Metabolic interactions of the SARS-CoV-2 Nsp14 with the human galactose, nicotinate and nicotinamide, and purine metabolism.
Authors: M. Ostaszewski, A. Niarakis, A. Mazein, I. Kuperstein, R. Phair, A. Orta-Resendiz, V. Singh, S. S. Aghamiri, M. L. Acencio, E. Glaab, A. Ruepp, G. Fobo, C. Montrone, B. Brauner, G. Frishman, L. C. Monraz Gomez, J. Somers, M. Hoch, S. Kumar Gupta, J. Scheel, H. Borlinghaus, T. Czauderna, F. Schreiber, A. Montagud, M. Ponce de Leon, A. Funahashi, Y. Hiki, N. Hiroi, T. G. Yamada, A. Drager, A. Renz, M. Naveez, Z. Bocskei, F. Messina, D. Bornigen, L. Fergusson, M. Conti, M. Rameil, V. Nakonecnij, J. Vanhoefer, L. Schmiester, M. Wang, E. E. Ackerman, J. E. Shoemaker, J. Zucker, K. Oxford, J. Teuton, E. Kocakaya, G. Y. Summak, K. Hanspers, M. Kutmon, S. Coort, L. Eijssen, F. Ehrhart, D. A. B. Rex, D. Slenter, M. Martens, N. Pham, R. Haw, B. Jassal, L. Matthews, M. Orlic-Milacic, A. Senff Ribeiro, K. Rothfels, V. Shamovsky, R. Stephan, C. Sevilla, T. Varusai, J. M. Ravel, R. Fraser, V. Ortseifen, S. Marchesi, P. Gawron, E. Smula, L. Heirendt, V. Satagopam, G. Wu, A. Riutta, M. Golebiewski, S. Owen, C. Goble, X. Hu, R. W. Overall, D. Maier, A. Bauch, B. M. Gyori, J. A. Bachman, C. Vega, V. Groues, M. Vazquez, P. Porras, L. Licata, M. Iannuccelli, F. Sacco, A. Nesterova, A. Yuryev, A. de Waard, D. Turei, A. Luna, O. Babur, S. Soliman, A. Valdeolivas, M. Esteban-Medina, M. Pena-Chilet, K. Rian, T. Helikar, B. L. Puniya, D. Modos, A. Treveil, M. Olbei, B. De Meulder, S. Ballereau, A. Dugourd, A. Naldi, V. Noel, L. Calzone, C. Sander, E. Demir, T. Korcsmaros, T. C. Freeman, F. Auge, J. S. Beckmann, J. Hasenauer, O. Wolkenhauer, E. L. Wilighagen, A. R. Pico, C. T. Evelo, M. E. Gillespie, L. D. Stein, H. Hermjakob, P. D'Eustachio, J. Saez-Rodriguez, J. Dopazo, A. Valencia, H. Kitano, E. Barillot, C. Auffray, R. Balling, R. Schneider
Date Published: 19th Oct 2021
Publication Type: Journal
PubMed ID: 34664389
Citation: Mol Syst Biol. 2021 Oct;17(10):e10387. doi: 10.15252/msb.202110387.
Authors: Marek Ostaszewski, Anna Niarakis, Alexander Mazein, Inna Kuperstein, Robert Phair, Aurelio Orta‐Resendiz, Vidisha Singh, Sara Sadat Aghamiri, Marcio Luis Acencio, Enrico Glaab, Andreas Ruepp, Gisela Fobo, Corinna Montrone, Barbara Brauner, Goar Frishman, Luis Cristóbal Monraz Gómez, Julia Somers, Matti Hoch, Shailendra Kumar Gupta, Julia Scheel, Hanna Borlinghaus, Tobias Czauderna, Falk Schreiber, Arnau Montagud, Miguel Ponce de Leon, Akira Funahashi, Yusuke Hiki, Noriko Hiroi, Takahiro G Yamada, Andreas Dräger, Alina Renz, Muhammad Naveez, Zsolt Bocskei, Francesco Messina, Daniela Börnigen, Liam Fergusson, Marta Conti, Marius Rameil, Vanessa Nakonecnij, Jakob Vanhoefer, Leonard Schmiester, Muying Wang, Emily E Ackerman, Jason E Shoemaker, Jeremy Zucker, Kristie Oxford, Jeremy Teuton, Ebru Kocakaya, Gökçe Yağmur Summak, Kristina Hanspers, Martina Kutmon, Susan Coort, Lars Eijssen, Friederike Ehrhart, Devasahayam Arokia Balaya Rex, Denise Slenter, Marvin Martens, Nhung Pham, Robin Haw, Bijay Jassal, Lisa Matthews, Marija Orlic‐Milacic, Andrea Senff Ribeiro, Karen Rothfels, Veronica Shamovsky, Ralf Stephan, Cristoffer Sevilla, Thawfeek Varusai, Jean‐Marie Ravel, Rupsha Fraser, Vera Ortseifen, Silvia Marchesi, Piotr Gawron, Ewa Smula, Laurent Heirendt, Venkata Satagopam, Guanming Wu, Anders Riutta, Martin Golebiewski, Stuart Owen, Carole Goble, Xiaoming Hu, Rupert W Overall, Dieter Maier, Angela Bauch, Benjamin M Gyori, John A Bachman, Carlos Vega, Valentin Grouès, Miguel Vazquez, Pablo Porras, Luana Licata, Marta Iannuccelli, Francesca Sacco, Anastasia Nesterova, Anton Yuryev, Anita de Waard, Denes Turei, Augustin Luna, Ozgun Babur, Sylvain Soliman, Alberto Valdeolivas, Marina Esteban‐Medina, Maria Peña‐Chilet, Kinza Rian, Tomáš Helikar, Bhanwar Lal Puniya, Dezso Modos, Agatha Treveil, Marton Olbei, Bertrand De Meulder, Stephane Ballereau, Aurélien Dugourd, Aurélien Naldi, Vincent Noël, Laurence Calzone, Chris Sander, Emek Demir, Tamas Korcsmaros, Tom C Freeman, Franck Augé, Jacques S Beckmann, Jan Hasenauer, Olaf Wolkenhauer, Egon L Wilighagen, Alexander R Pico, Chris T Evelo, Marc E Gillespie, Lincoln D Stein, Henning Hermjakob, Peter D'Eustachio, Julio Saez‐Rodriguez, Joaquin Dopazo, Alfonso Valencia, Hiroaki Kitano, Emmanuel Barillot, Charles Auffray, Rudi Balling, Reinhard Schneider
Date Published: 1st Oct 2021
Publication Type: Journal
Citation: Mol Syst Biol 17(10)
This document outlines next steps in biocuration of COVID-19 Disease Map diagrams.
The document is based on the preprint "COVID-19 Disease Map, a computational knowledge repository of SARS-CoV-2 virus-host interaction mechanisms" (doi:10.1101/2020.10.26.356014).
This document helps to harmonise the curation efforts for the COVID-19 Disease Map.