Cellular signalling is a complex field that involves molecules and pathways which we are only beginning to understand and dissect. This research, critical to uncovering so many of the underlying causes of diseases - from cancer to neurodegeneration - can only be tackled with great minds working together.
The list of molecules below reflect those which have been identified because of their key roles in key research areas the world over. We hope that they will be helpful in your own studies as well.
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LKB1 Signalling Pathway
PI3 Kinase Signalling Pathway
Components of the Ubiquitin Signalling Pathway
Interferon Signalling Pathway
Parkinson's Disease Pathways
Innate Immune Signalling Networks
- Toll-Like Receptors
- Interleukin-1 Receptor Agonists
- Interleukin-1 Receptor-Associated Kinases
- TNF-Receptor Associated Factors (TRAFs)
- Transforming Growth Factor b-Activated Kinase 1
- IKK Complex
- Mitogen and stress activated protein Kinase (MSKs)
- Extracellular-signal-Regulated Kinases (ERKs)
- Salt-Inducible Kinases (SIKs)
- MAP Kinases 1 and 2
- CREB Regulated Transcription Co-Activator
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