Canonical NF-KB pathway (Homo sapiens)

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The canonical NF-κB pathway is induced by the ligand-dependent activation of a variety of receptors. Stimulus-dependent activation of the IKK complex results in the phosphorylation and subsequent proteasomal degradation of IκBα and IκBε (NFKBIA and NFKBIE). This allows the nuclear translocation of transcriptionally active RelA/p50 (RELA, NFKB1) or c-Rel/p50 heterodimers (REL, NFKB1).

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  1. Grondona P, Bucher P, Schulze-OsthoffK, Hailfinger S, Schmitt A; ''NF-κB Activation in Lymphoid Malignancies: Genetics, Signaling, and Targeted Therapy.''; Biomedicines, 2018 PubMed Europe PMC Scholia


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NameTypeDatabase referenceComment
CHUKGeneProductENSG00000213341 (Ensembl) IKKa
IKBKBGeneProductENSG00000104365 (Ensembl)
IKBKGGeneProductENSG00000269335 (Ensembl) IKKy
NFKB1GeneProductENSG00000109320 (Ensembl)
NFKBIAGeneProductENSG00000100906 (Ensembl)
NFKBIEGeneProductENSG00000146232 (Ensembl)
RELAGeneProductENSG00000173039 (Ensembl) RelA
RELGeneProductENSG00000162924 (Ensembl) c-Rel

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