Ebola Virus Pathway on Host (Homo sapiens)

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Description

Study of Ebola interaction with human proteins. The corse of the representation it occurred by left to right. The numbers on circles are relatived study of the evolutionary levels (provisional data).

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101850view14:30, 13 November 2018Elisson nlInteractions correction
98605view20:09, 20 September 2018Elisson nlModified description
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98603view19:48, 20 September 2018Elisson nlModification in interactions
98602view19:09, 20 September 2018Elisson nlAnnotated interaction
98332view04:31, 23 August 2018Elisson nlModified description
98331view04:08, 23 August 2018Elisson nlReferences Accentuation Correction
98330view03:54, 23 August 2018Elisson nlReferences Changed
98292view15:35, 16 August 2018DeSlAdded last missing IDs, coloured MHC1 and 2 subunits for clarity 9couldn't find a ID for these groups). Also added a lit. reference describing the effect of LC8 on VP35
98291view15:17, 16 August 2018DeSlAdded more identifiers.
98290view14:57, 16 August 2018DeSlModified description
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97327view19:23, 9 May 2018KhanspersOntology Term : 'viral infectious disease' added !
97326view19:22, 9 May 2018KhanspersOntology Term : 'Ebola hemorrhagic fever' added !
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96845view17:45, 12 April 2018Elisson nlModified description
96805view10:25, 9 April 2018DeSlChanged lines to graphical lines for Ebola virus drawing
96804view10:17, 9 April 2018DeSlAdded IDs from https://www.wikipathways.org/index.php/Pathway:WP4180
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Annotated Interactions

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SourceTargetTypeDatabase referenceComment
ADAM17Exit of Secreted GPArrow13 (Other) PUBMED
ASGR1GP65 (Other) PUBMED
AXLGAS627 (Other) PUBMED
BST2Assembly and BuddingTBar33 (Other) PUBMED
C1QBP46 (Other) PUBMED
CD209GP32 (Other) PUBMED
CD300APtdSer68 (Other) PUBMED
CLATHRIN62 (Other) PUBMED
CLATHRIN63 (Other) PUBMED
CLATHRIN64 (Other) PUBMED
CLEC10AGP31 (Other) PUBMED
CLEC4GGP42 (Other) PUBMED
CLEC6AGP47 (Other) PUBMED
CREBBP57 (Other) PUBMED
CTSBEBOLAArrow2 (Other) PUBMED
CTSLEBOLAArrow3 (Other) PUBMED
EBOLANPC1Arrow4 (Other) PUBMED
EGFRGP11 (Other) PUBMED
EIF2AK2EIF2S1Arrow72 (Other) PUBMED
ERK1 (Other) PUBMED
F-ACTIN7 (Other) PUBMED
FILAMIN6 (Other) PUBMED
FOLR1GP24 (Other) PUBMED
GAS6PtdSer26 (Other) PUBMED
GP1,2ITGA1TBar19 (Other) PUBMED
GP1,2ITGA2TBar23 (Other) PUBMED
GP1,2ITGA3TBar22 (Other) PUBMED
GP1,2ITGA4TBar20 (Other) PUBMED
GP1,2ITGA5TBar21 (Other) PUBMED
GP1,2ITGA6TBar18 (Other) PUBMED
GP1,2ITGB1TBar17 (Other) PUBMED
HAVCR1TIMD437 (Other) PUBMED
HAVCR236 (Other) PUBMED
IGF1RPIK3RArrow67 (Other) PUBMED
IKBKEIRF7Arrow38 (Other) PUBMED
IL4CLEC4GArrow41 (Other) PUBMED
IQGAP1Arrow43 (Other) PUBMED
ITGAV16 (Other) PUBMED
ITGB315 (Other) PUBMED
Interferon Response44 (Other) PUBMED
Interferon Response58 (Other) PUBMED
Interferon ResponseCREBBP59 (Other) PUBMED
Interferon ResponseSTAT154 (Other) PUBMED
KPNA1STAT1TBar40 (Other) PUBMED
MBL2GP45 (Other) PUBMED
MERTKGAS628 (Other) PUBMED
MFGE8PtdSer14 (Other) PUBMED
NEDD4Arrow51 (Other) PUBMED
NPC2NPC1Arrow5 (Other) PUBMED
PAK112 (Other) PUBMED
PAK18 (Other) PUBMED
PIK3RAKT1Arrow66 (Other) PUBMED
PRKRADDX58Arrow70 (Other) PUBMED
RAB5ALysosomeArrow9 (Other) PUBMED
RAB7ARAB5AArrow10 (Other) PUBMED
RHOB56 (Other) PUBMED
RHOC55 (Other) PUBMED
SOCS3TLR4Arrow52 (Other) PUBMED
TBK1IRF3Arrow39 (Other) PUBMED
TIMD4PtdSer35 (Other) PUBMED
TLR4Cytokine SignalArrow53 (Other) PUBMED
TPCN2Transcription, Traduction and ReplicationArrow48 (Other) PUBMED
TSG101Arrow49 (Other) PUBMED
TYRO3GAS625 (Other) PUBMED
Trans-InfectionICAM2Arrow30 (Other) PUBMED
Trans-InfectionICAM3Arrow29 (Other) PUBMED
Trans-InfectionMHC1Arrow61 (Other) PUBMED
Trans-InfectionMHC2Arrow60 (Other) PUBMED
VP35EIF2AK2TBar71 (Other) PUBMED
VP35PRKRATBar69 (Other) PUBMED
VPS4AArrow50 (Other) PUBMED
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