The effect of progerin on the involved genes in Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome (Homo sapiens)

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2, 432, 815, 6, 85, 7-9TranscriptionHP1Heterochromatin silencingTranscriptionMi-2/NuRD complexEuchromatin silencingNuclear abnormalitiesDysfunctional adipose tissueAccumulation DNA damageMethyl groupMethylationNotch signalingMBD3LEF1KDM1AProgerinHDAC2CBX3CHD3RBBP4E2F1p53 pathwayHistone H3.3MBD2CBX1MTA2CHD4HDAC1MTA3SKIPHistone H3.2Histone H3.1Wnt pathwaySREBF1Histone H3.2CBX5Histone H3.3MTA1Histone H3.1RBBP7SUV39H1CBX1CBX3CBX5SUV39H1RB1TP53Bone abnormalitiesEpigenetic changesApoptosis/senescence


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The effect of progerin on the involved genes in HGPS. Each coloured box shows a different element of the pathway. The red box on the upper right shows that upregulation of the p53 pathway leads to apoptosis and senescence. The box beneath the red one, the purple one, indicates the inhibition of the Wnt pathway by progerin which results in bone abnormalities. The blue box portraits the epigenetic changes done by heterochromatin and euchromatin silencing. The green box shows that progerin activates SKIP which stimulates the Notch signaling pathway. The orange box surrounds the Mi-2/NuRD complex which is depleted by progerin leading mainly to epigenetic changes. The final yellow box shows the inhibition of SERBP1 by progerin resulting in dysfunctional adipose tissue. Legend shows basic and MIM-interactions and indication for methylation.

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98049view05:35, 13 July 2018FehrhartAdded ID for p53 pathway
98027view09:40, 4 July 2018Lorasimonslayout
98025view09:31, 4 July 2018Lorasimonschange gene- SREBF1 - add references
98004view12:44, 2 July 2018DeSlChanged legend arrow to graphical line.
98003view12:43, 2 July 2018DeSlCOnnected unconnected line
97992view12:09, 29 June 2018LorasimonsOntology Term : 'progeria' added !
97991view12:08, 29 June 2018LorasimonsModified description
97990view11:47, 29 June 2018LorasimonsNew pathway

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NameTypeDatabase referenceComment
CBX1GeneProductENSG00000108468 (Ensembl)
CBX3GeneProductENSG00000122565 (Ensembl)
CBX5GeneProductENSG00000094916 (Ensembl)
CHD3GeneProductENSG00000170004 (Ensembl)
CHD4GeneProductENSG00000111642 (Ensembl)
E2F1GeneProductENSG00000101412 (Ensembl)
HDAC1GeneProductENSG00000116478 (Ensembl)
HDAC2GeneProductENSG00000196591 (Ensembl)
Histone H3.1ProteinP68431 (Uniprot-TrEMBL)
Histone H3.2ProteinQ71DI3 (Uniprot-TrEMBL)
Histone H3.3ProteinP84243 (Uniprot-TrEMBL)
KDM1AGeneProductENSG00000004487 (Ensembl)
LEF1GeneProductENSG00000138795 (Ensembl)
MBD2GeneProductENSG00000134046 (Ensembl)
MBD3GeneProductENSG00000071655 (Ensembl)
MTA1GeneProductENSG00000182979 (Ensembl)
MTA2GeneProductENSG00000149480 (Ensembl)
MTA3GeneProductENSG00000057935 (Ensembl)
Notch signalingPathwayWP268 (WikiPathways)
ProgerinProtein
RB1GeneProductENSG00000139687 (Ensembl)
RBBP4GeneProductENSG00000162521 (Ensembl)
RBBP7GeneProductENSG00000102054 (Ensembl)
SKIPGeneProductENSG00000132376 (Ensembl)
SREBF1GeneProductENSG00000072310 (Ensembl)
SUV39H1GeneProductENSG00000101945 (Ensembl)
TP53GeneProductENSG00000141510 (Ensembl)
Wnt pathwayPathwayWP363 (WikiPathways)
p53 pathwayPathwayWP3982 (WikiPathways)

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