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    Signaling Pathways

     

    Signaling Pathways

    Research into signaling pathways studies how cells communicate with each other and respond to changes in their environment. Understanding the molecular mechanisms of signaling pathways can provide insights into the regulation of cell growth and division, differentiation, and death, as well as provide insights into the development of various diseases including cancer, diabetes, and other metabolic disorders.

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    Alzheimer's Pathway
     

    Alzheimer's Pathway

    Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a debilitating neurodegenerative disorder....

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    Apoptosis Pathway
     

    Apoptosis Pathway

    Apoptosis is the process of programmed cell death characterized by distinct morphological characteristics...

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    GPCR Pathway
     

    GPCR Pathway

    G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) are the largest and most diverse group of membrane receptors in eukaryotes...

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    Hippo Pathway
     

    Hippo Pathway

    The major functions of the Hippo pathway have been defined to restrict tissue growth in adults...

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    JAK/STAT Pathway
     

    JAK/STAT Pathway

    The JAK/STAT pathway is an evolutionary conserved signaling cascade...

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    MAPK Pathway
     

    MAPK Pathway

    The MAPK family is a group of serine/threonine kinases that mediate intracellular signaling...

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    NF-κB Pathway
     

    NF-κB Pathway

    Transcriptional programs regulated by NF-κB are essential to the development and maintenance of the immune system...

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    VEGF Pathway
     

    VEGF Pathway

    VEGFs are master regulators of vascular development...

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    Wnt Pathway
     

    Wnt Pathway

    Wnt proteins are a family of secreted glycolipids involved in the regulation of embryogenesis...

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