Reactome: A Curated Pathway Database

Attributes of class 'Summation'

Attribute name Cardinality Value type Allowed classes Attribute origin Value defines instance Db column type
_displayName 1 TEXT N/A DatabaseObject   TEXT
_timestamp 1 OTHER N/A DatabaseObject   TIMESTAMP
created 1 INSTANCE InstanceEdit DatabaseObject   INTEGER(10) UNSIGNED
literatureReference + INSTANCE Publication Summation   INTEGER(10) UNSIGNED
modified + INSTANCE InstanceEdit DatabaseObject   INTEGER(10) UNSIGNED
stableIdentifier 1 INSTANCE StableIdentifier DatabaseObject   INTEGER(10) UNSIGNED
text 1 TEXT N/A Summation ALL TEXT

Referers of class 'Summation' instances

Class name Attribute name Cardinality
Requirement summation +
PhysicalEntity summation +
Depolymerisation summation +
Complex summation +
PositiveRegulation summation +
FailedReaction summation +
NegativeRegulation summation +
CandidateSet summation +
DefinedSet summation +
RNADrug summation +
Polymer summation +
NegativeGeneExpressionRegulation summation +
GenomeEncodedEntity summation +
OpenSet summation +
ChemicalDrug summation +
PositiveGeneExpressionRegulation summation +
EntityWithAccessionedSequence summation +
Reaction summation +
Regulation summation +
BlackBoxEvent summation +
Pathway summation +
SimpleEntity summation +
ReactionlikeEvent summation +
OtherEntity summation +
Polymerisation summation +
ProteinDrug summation +
EntitySet summation +
Drug summation +
Event summation +

You can find documentation for the Reactome data model here.

Sidebar on the left shows the hierarchy of Reactome classes. The number of instances of this class is shown in square brackets and is hyperlinked to a page listing all instances in this class.

The main panel shows attributes of the selected class. Own attributes, i.e. the ones which are not inherited from a parent class are indicated in colour.

'+' in 'Cardinality' column indicates that this is a multi-value attribute.

'Value defines instance' column indicates the attributes the values of which determine instance identity and are used to check if an identical instance has been stored in the database already. 'ALL' indicates that that all of the values of a given attribute must be identical while 'ANY' shows that identity of any single value of a given attribute is enough. Of course, if the identity is defined by multiple attributes each of them has to match.