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  1. Crystal structure of Activin receptor type-IIA (ACVR2A) kinase domain in complex with a quinazolin PDB

    ID: PDB:3SOC

    Description: Activin receptor type-2A (E.C.2.7.11.30)

  2. Crystal structure of Activin receptor type-IIA (ACVR2A) kinase domain in complex with a beta-carboline inhibitor PDB

    ID: PDB:4ASX

    Description: ACTIVIN RECEPTOR TYPE-2A (E.C.2.7.11.30)

  3. Crystal structure of Activin receptor type-IIA (ACVR2A) kinase domain in complex with dorsomorphin PDB

    ID: PDB:3Q4T

    Description: Activin receptor type-2A (E.C.2.7.11.30)

  4. Ternary Complex of BMP-2 bound to BMPR-Ia-ECD and ActRII-ECD PDB

    ID: PDB:2GOO

    Description: rphogenetic protein 2, Bone morphogenetic protein receptor type IA, Activin receptor type 2A...

  5. Crystal Structure of the BMP7/ActRII Extracellular Domain Complex PDB

    ID: PDB:1LX5

    Description: bone morphogenetic protein 7/Activin Type II Receptor

  6. Solution structure of the fifth PDZ domain of human membrane associated guanylate kinase inverted-2 (KIAA0705 protein) PDB

    ID: PDB:1WFV

    Description: Membrane associated guanylate kinase inverted-2

    datasetDistributions.format: PDB Format (A)
  7. Transcriptome profiling of Arabian horses blood during training regime ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-83404

    Description: of transcriptome of T2 vs T3 and T0 vs T3 showed a significant advantage of up-regulated genes during long-term exercise (up-regulation of 266 and 389 DEGs in T3 period compared T2 and T0; respectively). Our results showed that the largest number of identified genes encoded transcription factors, nucleic acid binding proteins and G-protein modulators, which mainly were transcriptional activated at the last training phase (T3) . Moreover, in the T3 period the identified DEGs represented genes coded for cytoskeletal proteins including actin cytoskeletal proteins and kinases. The most abundant exercise-upregulated genes were involved in pathways important in regulating the cell cycle (PI3K-Akt signaling pathway), cell communication (cAMP-dependent pathway), proliferation, differentiation and apoptosis as well as immunity processes (Jak-STAT signaling pathway). We also observed exercise induced expression of genes related in regulation of actin cytoskeleton, gluconeogenesis (FoxO signaling pathway; Insulin signaling pathway), glycerophospholipid metabolism and calcium signaling. Conclusions: TOur results allow to identify changes in genes expression profile following training schedule in Arabian horses. Based on comparison analysis of...

  8. Transcriptome profiling of Arabian horses blood during training regime BioProject

    ID: PRJNA325820

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

    Access Type: download

    dataset.description: of transcriptome of T2 vs T3 and T0 vs T3 showed a significant advantage of up-regulated genes during long-term exercise (up-regulation of 266 and 389 DEGs in T3 period compared T2 and T0; respectively). Our results showed that the largest number of identified genes encoded transcription factors, nucleic acid binding proteins and G-protein modulators, which mainly were transcriptional activated at the last training phase (T3) . Moreover, in the T3 period the identified DEGs represented genes coded for cytoskeletal proteins including actin cytoskeletal proteins and kinases. The most abundant exercise-upregulated genes were involved in pathways important in regulating the cell cycle (PI3K-Akt signaling pathway), cell communication (cAMP-dependent pathway), proliferation, differentiation and apoptosis as well as immunity processes (Jak-STAT signaling pathway). We also observed exercise induced expression of genes related in regulation of actin cytoskeleton, gluconeogenesis (FoxO signaling pathway; Insulin signaling pathway), glycerophospholipid metabolism and calcium signaling. Conclusions: TOur results allow to identify changes in genes expression profile following training schedule in Arabian horses. Based on comparison analysis of...
  9. Transcriptome profiling of Arabian horses blood during training regime OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-83404

    Date Released: 06-17-2016

    Description: of transcriptome of T2 vs T3 and T0 vs T3 showed a significant advantage of up-regulated genes during long-term exercise (up-regulation of 266 and 389 DEGs in T3 period compared T2 and T0; respectively). Our results showed that the largest number of identified genes encoded transcription factors, nucleic acid binding proteins and G-protein modulators, which mainly were transcriptional activated at the last training phase (T3) . Moreover, in the T3 period the identified DEGs represented genes coded for cytoskeletal proteins including actin cytoskeletal proteins and kinases. The most abundant exercise-upregulated genes were involved in pathways important in regulating the cell cycle (PI3K-Akt signaling pathway), cell communication (cAMP-dependent pathway), proliferation, differentiation and apoptosis as well as immunity processes (Jak-STAT signaling pathway). We also observed exercise induced expression of genes related in regulation of actin cytoskeleton, gluconeogenesis (FoxO signaling pathway; Insulin signaling pathway), glycerophospholipid metabolism and calcium signaling. Conclusions: TOur results allow to identify changes in genes expression profile following training schedule in Arabian horses. Based on comparison analysis of...

  10. Refinement of BMP7 crystal structure PDB

    ID: PDB:1LXI

    Description: BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEIN 7

    datasetDistributions.format: PDB Format (A)
  11. Crystal Structure of Activin A/BMP2 chimera PDB

    ID: PDB:4MID

    Description: AB204 Activin A/BMP2 chimera

  12. BMS-536924 KINOMEscan LINCS

    Data Type: Binding Protein binding profile

    Assay: KINOMEscan kinase-small molecule binding assay

    Biological Process: Small molecule metabolic process

    ID: LDS-1098

    protein.name: ACVR2A
  13. ALW-II-49-7 KINOMEscan LINCS

    Data Type: Binding Protein binding profile

    Assay: KINOMEscan kinase-small molecule binding assay

    Biological Process: Small molecule metabolic process

    ID: LDS-1036

    protein.name: ACVR2A
  14. GDC-0941 KINOMEscan LINCS

    Data Type: Binding Protein binding profile

    Assay: KINOMEscan kinase-small molecule binding assay

    Biological Process: Small molecule metabolic process

    ID: LDS-1046

    protein.name: ACVR2A
  15. NVP-TAE684 KINOMEscan LINCS

    Data Type: Binding Protein binding profile

    Assay: KINOMEscan kinase-small molecule binding assay

    Biological Process: Small molecule metabolic process

    ID: LDS-1095

    protein.name: ACVR2A
  16. KIN001-127 KINOMEscan LINCS

    Data Type: Binding Protein binding profile

    Assay: KINOMEscan kinase-small molecule binding assay

    Biological Process: Small molecule metabolic process

    ID: LDS-1044

    protein.name: ACVR2A
  17. CGP60474 KINOMEscan LINCS

    Data Type: Binding Protein binding profile

    Assay: KINOMEscan kinase-small molecule binding assay

    Biological Process: Small molecule metabolic process

    ID: LDS-1040

    protein.name: ACVR2A
  18. CI-1033 KINOMEscan LINCS

    Data Type: Binding Protein binding profile

    Assay: KINOMEscan kinase-small molecule binding assay

    Biological Process: Small molecule metabolic process

    ID: LDS-1104

    protein.name: ACVR2A
  19. WZ4002 KINOMEscan LINCS

    Data Type: Binding Protein binding profile

    Assay: KINOMEscan kinase-small molecule binding assay

    Biological Process: Small molecule metabolic process

    ID: LDS-1055

    protein.name: ACVR2A
  20. LY-317615 KINOMEscan LINCS

    Data Type: Binding Protein binding profile

    Assay: KINOMEscan kinase-small molecule binding assay

    Biological Process: Small molecule metabolic process

    ID: LDS-1140

    protein.name: ACVR2A

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