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HIGD1A  -  HIG1 hypoxia inducible domain family,...

Homo sapiens

Synonyms: DKFZP564K247, HIG1, HIG1 domain family member 1A, mitochondrial, HSPC010, Hypoxia-inducible gene 1 protein, ...
 
 
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Disease relevance of HIGD1A

 

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Biological context of HIGD1A

 

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Associations of HIGD1A with chemical compounds

 

Other interactions of HIGD1A

  • The finding suggest that STAT3-dependent pathway is involved in the activation and proliferation of PASMC stimulated by hypoxia, and SOCS3 is a rapidly hypoxia-inducible gene and acts to inhibit activation of cellular signaling pathway in a classical negative feedback loop [17].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of HIGD1A

  • In addition, tumor xenografts derived from human cervical cancer cells display increased expression of HIG1 and HIG2 when they are deprived of oxygen [1].

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