The PMN currently houses one multi-species reference database called PlantCyc and 126 species/taxon-specific databases.
PMN Content Statistics - stats about pathways, enzymes, reactions, compounds, and more
PMN Database Overview - description of data, algorithms, and software used to generate the databases
PMN Release Notes - highlights of the most recent PMN release
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PlantCyc provides access to manually curated or reviewed information about shared and unique metabolic pathways present in over 500 plant species.
PMN Single-species/taxon Databases
The PMN also provides access to manually curated and/or computationally predicted information about enzymes, pathways, and more for individual species.
The PMN is funded by the National Science Foundation (Grant #: 1546838, 1026003 and 0640769) and the Department of Energy (BER Grant #: ER65472), governed by an Editorial Board composed of internationally renowned scientists, and executed at the Carnegie Institution for Science, Department of Plant Biology.