COVID-19 Disease Map
Here we share resources and best practices to develop a COVID-19 disease map.
We aim to establish a knowledge repository on mechanisms of COVID-19 as a broad community-driven effort.
The COVID-19 disease map is an assembly of molecular interaction diagrams, established based on literature evidence.
We focus on host-pathogen interactions, specific to the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Please, use this form to let us know how you’d like to contribute to the development of the map.
A dedicated mailing list for development of the map can be found here.
We have a Slack channel focused on curation activities, contact marek.ostaszewski (at) uni.lu for access.
Curators can share their articles using a dedicated Zotero group COVID-19-map-curation.
The group is public-by-invitation to allow file sharing.
Check curation guidelines
to harmonize your content for easier sharing and integration.
Curation TCs take place every Friday, at 1.30PM and 9PM, see curation guidelines for details.
Slides from the TCs are available here.
Resources and literature can be shared using a dedicated ownCloud folder (password: covid19). When sharing a paper, please put it into a folder that matches the category, or create a folder with your name.
Cureted diagrams and code can be shared using a dedicated public Gitlab repository.
Contact marek.ostaszewski (at) uni.lu for modification privileges.
FAIRDOMHub project space can be used to share literature, data and computational models.
WikiPathways can be shared using a dedicated collection with COVID-19 related pathways.
Relevant databases, literature and datasets can be found on the resources page
- Reactome pathways for Influenza and HCMV
- Influenza Lifecycle Pathway Map, aka FluMap, for easy browsing go here.
- 221 pathway diagrams extracted from CORD-19 dataset are available on in a subfolder of our ownCloud, deposited by Alex Pico, see source here
- a recent preprint on the SARS-CoV-2 - human interactome, interactions between human candidates from Pathway Commons, compiled by Ozgun Babur can be found here