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Signal Transduction

Signal transduction involves the transmission and amplification of signals from membrane, cytoplasmic, or nuclear receptors to the nucleus. Signaling molecules include various hormones, growth factors, cytokines, chemokines, neurotransmitters, extracellular matrix components, receptors, protein kinases, protein phosphatases and DNA-binding proteins. The major purpose of signal transduction is to incur changes in gene and protein expression as a result of molecular stimuli or cellular changes. The simplest and most accurate technology for analyze pathway expression is QIAGEN's PCR Arrays. See details here.

Recommended Pathways For Signal Transduction
Adherens Junctions
AMPK Signaling
Antiviral Response
Cancer Drug Targets
Cancer PathwayFinder
Cancer PathwayFinder 384HC
Cell Junction PathwayFinder
Cell Motility
Epithelial to Mesenchymal Transition (EMT)
Focal Adhesions
Glucocorticoid Signaling
Hedgehog Signaling Pathway
Hippo Signaling Pathway
Insulin Signaling Pathway
JAK / STAT Signaling Pathway
MAP Kinase Signaling Pathway
mTOR Signaling
MYC Targets
NFkB Signaling Pathway
NFkB Signaling Targets
Notch Signaling Pathway
Notch Signaling Targets
PI3K-AKT Signaling Pathway
Primary Cilia
Protease Activated Receptor Signaling
Signal Transduction PathwayFinder
Stem Cell Signaling
Stem Cell Transcription Factors
TGF / BMP Signaling Pathway
TGF Signaling Targets
Toll-Like Receptor Signaling Pathway
Transcription Factors
Tyrosine Kinases
Ubiquitin Ligases
Unfolded Protein Response
WNT Signaling Pathway
WNT Signaling Targets