Hypoxia-dependent self-renewal of myoblasts (Mus musculus)

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Description

Molecular mechanisms involved in self-renewal of satellite cells in hypoxia. Black arrows: activation of the signaling pathway / protein / molecule. Blunt red arrow: inhibition of the signaling pathway / protein / molecule. Round blue arrow: interaction between two pathways.

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119055view23:48, 13 June 2021KhanspersOntology Term : 'Wnt signaling pathway' added !
119054view23:48, 13 June 2021KhanspersOntology Term : 'Notch signaling pathway' added !
119053view23:44, 13 June 2021KhanspersOntology Term : 'myoblast' added !
118853view10:05, 2 June 2021ExperiMedcorrected one reference
118852view10:03, 2 June 2021ExperiMedmoved PMID of the interactions to full references
117900view10:27, 23 May 2021EweitzModified title
114233view21:58, 27 December 2020Andrareference
114232view21:54, 27 December 2020Andraconnecting lines
113995view12:53, 16 December 2020ExperiMedNew pathway

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NameTypeDatabase referenceComment
CDKN1AGeneProduct12575 (Entrez Gene)
FoxO1GeneProduct56458 (Entrez Gene)
HIF1aGeneProduct15251 (Entrez Gene)
HSP90GeneProductENSMUSG00000020048 (Ensembl)
Hes1GeneProduct15205 (Entrez Gene)
Hey1GeneProduct15213 (Entrez Gene)
Hey2GeneProduct15214 (Entrez Gene)
Hypoxia
MAPK14GeneProductMAPK14 (HGNC)
MYF5GeneProduct17877 (Entrez Gene)
MYHGeneProduct17879 (Entrez Gene)
MYOD1GeneProduct17927 (Entrez Gene)
MYOGGeneProduct17928 (Entrez Gene)
Myotube formation
Notch-pathwayPathway18128 (Entrez Gene)
PAX7GeneProduct18509 (Entrez Gene)
RBGeneProduct
Self renewal
WNT non canonicalPathway
miR1 Rna
miR206Rna

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