August 02, 2019
Did you know that SGD has over 200 curated biochemical pathways for you to explore? SGD’s YeastPathways is a database of metabolic pathways and enzymes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. YeastPathways enables you to visualize yeast metabolism from large metabolic networks to individual pathways, and from biochemical reactions down to individual metabolites. Search tools and click-to-browse features in YeastPathways enable quick navigation and intuitive exploration of yeast metabolism.
As the first major content update to YeastPathways since 2012, we have recently updated 62 pathways with expertly-curated summaries on pathway biochemistry, genetics, regulation, and more. Compounds that were previously missing a structure have also now been updated, along with the stoichiometry and scheme of many pathway reactions. In addition to content updates, YeastPathways has also received a major software upgrade that provides new tools, pages, and visual aids.
With new content and software, YeastPathways is better than ever. Users new to YeastPathways will find that it’s easy to get started—simply access YeastPathways through the Function menu at SGD, then run a search for a pathway, compound, enzyme, or reaction on the YeastPathways homepage. You can also access YeastPathways through gene pages at SGD. Just run a search for your favorite metabolic enzyme at SGD (example: TPI1) and find the Pathways section on the locus summary page. Any pathways in which the protein is involved will be listed and linked to YeastPathways.
Check out YeastPathways and be sure to contact us if you have any questions or feedback!
Categories: Data updates