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The following projects are strategically important for the future advances of the Disease Maps. We initiated discussions with the leaders of the projects and in each case identified overlapping and complementary activities and shared objectives. We aim to work together as partners, integrate resources and avoid duplicated efforts.

Reactome

Description: Reactome is a free, open-source, open data, curated and peer-reviewed pathway database.
Contact: Henning Hermjakob, European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), Cambridge, UK
Homepage: https://reactome.org

Pathway Commons

Description: Pathway Commons aims to collect and disseminate biological pathway and interaction data. Data is collected from partner databases and is represented in the BioPAX standard.
Contact: Gary Bader, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
Homepage: http://www.pathwaycommons.org

WikiPathways

Description: WikiPathways is a database of biological pathways maintained by and for the scientific community.
Contact: Alexander Pico, Gladstone Institutes, University of California, San Francisco, United States
Homepage: http://www.wikipathways.org

Physiome Project

Description: The Physiome Project is developing a multi-scale modelling framework for understanding physiological function that allows models to be combined and linked in a hierarchical fashion.
Contact: Peter Hunter, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Homepage: http://physiomeproject.org

Garuda

Description: Garuda is a connectivity platform for discovering and navigating through interoperable gadgets with applications in biology and medicine.
Contact: Samik Ghosh, The Systems Biology Institute, Tokyo, Japan
Homepage: http://www.garuda-alliance.org

Virtual Metabolic Human

Description: The Virtual Metabolic Human links human metabolism, gut microbiome metabolism, nutrition, and disease.
Contact: Ines Thiele, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland; Ronan M.T. Fleming, Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands
Homepage: https://www.vmh.life