DNA damage response (Sus scrofa)

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783, 6, 10, 13, 171614, 18167814147161, 2, 4, 9-12, 155514, 181, 2, 4, 9-12, 15161, 2, 4, 9-12, 15141681, 2, 4, 9-12, 151614, 18161614, 18161, 2, 4, 9-12, 151, 2, 4, 9-12, 15581616161, 2, 4, 9-12, 15161814, 18Bulky DNA lesionGene productSpecialized:Somatic hypermutaionV(D)J recombinationClass switchingDouble-strand breaksBlocked transcriptionROSDifferent pathwayCellChange in the Cell conditionG1/S transitionMetaboliteEndogenous:Collapsed replication forksSingle stranded DNA replication breaksFree radicals (ROS)DNA damage sourceDNA adductInhibitionROSCaption:Chromatin alterationExtral cellularSpaceExogenous:Cigarette SmokeCaffeineRadiation (UV)ClastogenesHypoxiaGenotoxic drugsActivationBlocked replicationmitoch-ondrionMembraneG2/M transitionAlkylating agentsReplication stressEstradiolCell Cyle progressionGADD45GGADD45GCell survivalCHEK2CDKN1ATNFRSF10BDNA repair anddamage preventionFASRAD17CDK6ATMSenescenceGADD45AATRRB1DDB2c-MycDNA damage ATM dependentChromatinremodellingDNA repair7-hydroxystaurosporineTP53AIP1CHEK1G2/M checkpointCDC25ABAXCDKN1BABL1CCNB1ApoptosisRAD1PRKDCPMLCDK5RRM2BE2F1RB1RPA2Cell CycleCASP9GADD45BCCNE2CCND1CaffeineCYCSBIDPIDDCDC25CAPAF1FANCD2CCNE1RAD50G2/McheckpointNBNGADD45BE2F1TLK2RAD52BRCA1TP53CCNB3ATRIPMRE11HUS1PMAIP1CDK2CREBCCND3TLK1RAD9ACCND2CASP3CDK1GADD45ACDK4SMC1AH2AFXRAD51CASP8CCNB2SFNRFCSESN1BBC3


Description

This is the first pathway out of two pathways which deals with DNA damage response. It has two central gene products (ATM and ATR) which are connected to the sources of DNA damage (in blue). The two central genes can be divides furthermore into their most important genes. In the ATM pathway are the most important genes TP53 and CHEK2 and on the other hand in the ATR pathway is this CHEK1.

If it is not mentioned different, the processes take place in the cell cytoplasm.

The goal of this first pathway is to give an overview of the most important gene products, processes and changes in the cell condition through the DNA damage response pathway and at the same time to keep it clearly arranged

Comments

HomologyConvert 
This pathway was inferred from Homo sapiens pathway WP707(r34441) with a 61% conversion rate.

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History

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CompareRevisionActionTimeUserComment
107274view14:36, 17 September 2019MaintBotChEBI identifier normalization
87238view09:50, 20 July 2016SusanOntology Term : 'DNA damage response pathway' added !
73852view00:52, 26 February 2014MaintBotupdated schema
58994view20:00, 21 February 2013MaintBotUpdated Ensembl data source
41922view05:03, 2 March 2011MaintBotRemoved redundant pathway information and comments
38659view13:30, 23 September 2010Mkutmonadded pathway links
37717view20:26, 28 June 2010MaintBotNew pathway

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DataNodes

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NameTypeDatabase referenceComment
7-hydroxystaurosporineMetabolite65225 (Chemspider)
ABL1GeneProductENSSSCG00000005706 (Ensembl)
APAF1GeneProductENSSSCG00000000884 (Ensembl)
ATMGeneProductENSSSCG00000015007 (Ensembl)
ATRGeneProductENSSSCG00000011679 (Ensembl)
ATRIPGeneProduct
ApoptosisPathway
BAXGeneProductENSSSCG00000003144 (Ensembl)
BBC3GeneProduct
BIDGeneProductENSSSCG00000000769 (Ensembl)
BRCA1GeneProduct
CASP3GeneProductENSSSCG00000015783 (Ensembl)
CASP8GeneProductENSSSCG00000016106 (Ensembl)
CASP9GeneProductENSSSCG00000003460 (Ensembl)
CCNB1GeneProduct
CCNB2GeneProductENSSSCG00000004588 (Ensembl)
CCNB3GeneProductENSSSCG00000012307 (Ensembl)
CCND1GeneProduct
CCND2GeneProductENSSSCG00000000727 (Ensembl)
CCND3GeneProductENSSSCG00000001632 (Ensembl)
CCNE1GeneProductENSSSCG00000002855 (Ensembl)
CCNE2GeneProductENSSSCG00000006095 (Ensembl)
CDC25AGeneProduct
CDC25CGeneProductENSSSCG00000014329 (Ensembl)
CDK1GeneProductENSSSCG00000010214 (Ensembl)
CDK2GeneProductENSSSCG00000000373 (Ensembl)
CDK4GeneProductENSSSCG00000000445 (Ensembl)
CDK5GeneProduct
CDK6GeneProductENSSSCG00000015318 (Ensembl)
CDKN1AGeneProductENSSSCG00000001565 (Ensembl)
CDKN1BGeneProduct
CHEK1GeneProduct
CHEK2GeneProduct
CREBGeneProduct
CYCSGeneProduct
CaffeineMetabolite2424 (Chemspider)
Cell CyclePathway
Cell Cyle progressionPathway
Cell survivalPathway
Chromatin remodellingPathway
DDB2GeneProductENSSSCG00000013243 (Ensembl)
DNA damage ATM dependentPathway
DNA repairPathway
DNA repair and damage preventionPathway
E2F1GeneProductENSSSCG00000007268 (Ensembl)
EstradiolMetaboliteCHEBI:16469 (ChEBI)
FANCD2GeneProductENSSSCG00000011563 (Ensembl)
FASGeneProductENSSSCG00000010448 (Ensembl)
G2/M checkpointPathway
G2/M checkpointPathway
GADD45AGeneProduct
GADD45BGeneProduct
GADD45GGeneProductENSSSCG00000009585 (Ensembl)
H2AFXGeneProduct
HUS1GeneProduct
MRE11GeneProduct
NBNGeneProduct
PIDDGeneProduct
PMAIP1GeneProduct
PMLGeneProduct
PRKDCGeneProductENSSSCG00000006274 (Ensembl)
RAD17GeneProductENSSSCG00000016960 (Ensembl)
RAD1GeneProductENSSSCG00000016826 (Ensembl)
RAD50GeneProductENSSSCG00000014280 (Ensembl)
RAD51GeneProduct
RAD52GeneProductENSSSCG00000000754 (Ensembl)
RAD9AGeneProductENSSSCG00000012914 (Ensembl)
RB1GeneProductENSSSCG00000009401 (Ensembl)
RFCGeneProduct
RPA2GeneProductENSSSCG00000003583 (Ensembl)
RRM2BGeneProductENSSSCG00000006058 (Ensembl)
SESN1GeneProductENSSSCG00000004390 (Ensembl)
SFNGeneProductENSSSCG00000003562 (Ensembl)
SMC1AGeneProductENSSSCG00000012325 (Ensembl)
SenescencePathway
TLK1GeneProductENSSSCG00000015944 (Ensembl)
TLK2GeneProductENSSSCG00000017301 (Ensembl)
TNFRSF10BGeneProduct
TP53AIP1GeneProduct
TP53GeneProductENSSSCG00000017950 (Ensembl)
c-MycGeneProduct

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