EcoCyc Credits

This page summarizes the many past and present contributors to the EcoCyc project, lists the data sources from which EcoCyc integrates data, and lists the funding sources for EcoCyc.

EcoCyc Developers

SRI International

Roles: Curation, software development, web site operations.

Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia

Roles: Curation of transport and membrane proteins, lipoproteins, protein secretion, pilus/fimbriae biogenesis, signal transduction systems, DNA repair.

Center for Genomic Sciences, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) -- National Autonomous University of Mexico

Roles: Primary curation of transcriptional regulation of gene expression and operon organization. Contribution to the design of graphical user interfaces displaying this information in EcoCyc and Pathway Tools.

The E. coli Whole-Cell Modeling Project at Stanford University: Ecocyc Interface Team

Special Reviewers

Special reviewers have evaluated EcoCyc for accuracy, comprehensiveness, and clarity in subject areas related to their expertise and recommended changes in content and presentation.

Past EcoCyc Contributors

Editors Emeriti

Past EcoCyc Developers

EcoCyc Advisory Board

The EcoCyc Advisory Board advises the project on a variety of matters including task prioritization, database content, user interface issues, and community outreach. The committee meets once per year.

Current and former members of the advisory board are listed here.

Sources of Data Integrated into EcoCyc

EcoCyc incorporates information that was obtained from several sources. EcoCyc publications describe the integration of data from these sources in more detail. Those sources are as follows.

Data extracted from UniProt is copyright of the UniProt Consortium and subject to the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY 4.0) License and the disclaimers at The original data is available from

EcoCyc Funding Sources

EcoCyc is supported by the NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences under grant GM077678.

The Pathway Tools software behind EcoCyc is supported by the NIH National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases under grant AI160719.