PTF1A related regulatory pathway (Homo sapiens)

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TrypsinElastaseChymotrypsinogenCarboxypeptidase 108102, 114106, 12951081Acinar-specific genes17310910Documented interaction, positiveDocumented interaction, not in mouseProved interaction from our study, negativeSymbols:Endocrine pancreasPancreas specificationExocrine pancreasHigh levelLowlevelPDX1RBPJmiR-495NKX6-1CTNNB1HES1PROX1RBPJNOTCH1PDX1FGF10KAT2BmiR-145RBPJLmiR-18aPTF1A


Description

By summarizing published data together with our own results, this pathway shows a complicated relationships between transcriptional factors, miRNAs and some functional genes which are correlated together to generate a whole sight in early mouse development centered around Ptf1a, although there are some hypothetical relationships and the distinct development of dorsal and ventral pancreas in very early stage is neglected.

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This pathway was inferred from Mus musculus pathway WP201 (rev 69113) with a 81.0% conversion rate.

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NameTypeDatabase referenceComment
CTNNB1GeneProductENSG00000168036 (Ensembl) Homology Mapping from Mus musculus to Homo sapiens: Original ID = En:ENSMUSG00000006932
FGF10GeneProductENSG00000070193 (Ensembl) Homology Mapping from Mus musculus to Homo sapiens: Original ID = En:ENSMUSG00000021732
HES1GeneProductENSG00000114315 (Ensembl) Homology Mapping from Mus musculus to Homo sapiens: Original ID = M:MGI:104853
KAT2BGeneProductENSG00000114166 (Ensembl) Homology Mapping from Mus musculus to Homo sapiens: Original ID = En:ENSMUSG00000000708
NKX6-1GeneProductENSG00000163623 (Ensembl) Homology Mapping from Mus musculus to Homo sapiens: Original ID = En:ENSMUSG00000035187
NOTCH1GeneProductENSG00000148400 (Ensembl) Homology Mapping from Mus musculus to Homo sapiens: Original ID = En:ENSMUSG00000026923
PDX1ProteinENSG00000139515 (Ensembl) Homology Mapping from Mus musculus to Homo sapiens: Original ID = En:ENSMUSG00000029644
PROX1GeneProductENSG00000117707 (Ensembl) Homology Mapping from Mus musculus to Homo sapiens: Original ID = En:ENSMUSG00000010175
PTF1AGeneProductENSG00000168267 (Ensembl) Homology Mapping from Mus musculus to Homo sapiens: Original ID = En:ENSMUSG00000026735
RBPJGeneProductENSG00000168214 (Ensembl) Homology Mapping from Mus musculus to Homo sapiens: Original ID = En:ENSMUSG00000039191
RBPJLGeneProductENSG00000124232 (Ensembl) Homology Mapping from Mus musculus to Homo sapiens: Original ID = En:ENSMUSG00000017007
miR-145RnaNo homologues found for original id Mb:MI0000169
miR-18aRnaNo homologues found for original id Mb:MI0000567
miR-495RnaNo homologues found for original id Mb:MI0004639

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