Get Participants of a Reactome EventSource:
Participating molecules in a Reactome comprises set of 'Physical Entity' and 'Reference Entities' class objects. Use this function to retrieve all, only 'Physical Entity' or only 'Reference Entities' participants of given event.
rba_reactome_participants( event_id, only_physical_entities = FALSE, only_reference_entities = FALSE, ... )
Reactome event's database ID (DbId) or Stable ID (StId).
Logical: If TRUe, only participating 'Physical Entities' will be returned.
Logical: If TRUe, only participating 'Reference Entities' will be returned.
rbioapi option(s). See
rba_options's arguments manual for more information on available options.
List with the participant of your supplied Event ID. A Data frame if only physical or 'Reference Entities' was requested.
A 'Physical Entity' Instance could include an individual molecule,
a multi-molecular complex or a set of molecule forming a group based on
some characteristics. a single molecule can have different 'Physical Entity'
instances based on it's associated attributes. For example, IgK Ig kappa
chain, has two 'Physical Entity' instances; one, with ID
"R-HSA-197041" refers to the secreted antibody protein to the
extra-cellular region; And the second one is with ID
"R-HSA-2038819" and refers to the plasma-membrane-integrated form of
the antibody protein.
To make it possible to link multiple 'Physical Entity' instances of a molecule, Reactome uses a data class named "'Reference Entities'" which correspond to the invariant attribute of a molecule. for example, both of the above-mentioned 'Physical Entities' see a 'Reference Entities' named "UniProt:P01834 IGKC.
See Reactome Data Model for more information about the data model and Physical Entities.
"GET https://reactome.org/ContentService/data/participants/id/ participatingPhysicalEntities"
"GET https://reactome.org/ContentService/data/participants/id/ referenceEntities"
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