GeneRIF Biological Term Annotations Dataset

Description statements describing functions of genes distilled from biomedical publications
Measurement association by literature curation
Association gene-biological term associations from literature-supported statements describing functions of genes
Category structural or functional annotations
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biological term Gene Sets

91042 sets of genes co-occuring with biological terms in literature-supported statements describing functions of genes from the GeneRIF Biological Term Annotations dataset.

Gene Set Description
a0101
a02
a020101
a0201restricted
a0206
a03
a10
a102
a103
a105a105
a1082g
a108p
a10hoxa10
a11
a111t
a1166
a1166c
a1166cat2r1
a1188c
a118g
a119c
a12
a1267g
a1298c
a13
a131g
a131tsema3a
a1330v
a1438g
a148g
a1500e
a1555g
a1555g1595
a161t
a163g
a172
a1730g
a17893g
a18
a181v
a189
a18involved
a194t
a1954g
a19g
a1a1
a1a2
a1a2a3
a1a3
a1abca1
a1alphalysophosphatidic
a1at
a1b8
a1bg
a1c
a1c3a4a5
a1cyclin
a1domain
a1mediated
a1pim
a1r
a1rs
a1up1
a20 Murine B-lymphoma cell line. PMID: 14738152 [BTO:0001930]
a202c
a2044g
a2058
a20c
a20deficient
a20mediated
a21
a218c
a218g
a22
a222v
a223g
a2301
a23187
a23187induced
a2350gace
a238g
a23g
a24
a2402
a244v
a25
a2501
a2578c
a2756g
a2780
a2780cp
a2780cp70
a2780taxol
a2790g
a285222
a287p
a2962g
a299g
a2a
a2a2
a2aadenosine
a2aar
a2activating
a2ad2
a2alpha
a2ap
a2ar
a2ard2r
a2areceptors
a2ars
a2b
a2b1
a2b2
a2bar
a2barklf4
a2bars
a2bp1
a2br
a2cdk2
a2containing
a2dependent
a2e
a2eladen
a2gamma
a2like
a2m
a2mg
a2mileval
a2mvalval
a2p11
a2positive
a2re
a2s
a2s100a10
a2subunit
a2t
a2v
a3001
a3012
a308a
a30p
a31
a3101
a312h
a313g
a315t
a316g
a3201
a3243g
a33
a33exos
a341v
a341vkcne1
a341vkcnq1kcne1
a35931c
a36
a370t
a375
a375s2
a386g
a387p
a388g
a392g
a39526aa
a39r
a3a
a3ar
a3b
a3d8
a3f
a3g
a3h
a3induced
a3ip
a3r
a419c
a431
a4401g
a457h
a46
a487a
a4889g
a489
a498
a501
a503v
a509v
a53t
a54
a549
a549cddp
a549ddp
a55v
a572v
a590t
a5activated
a61g
a65s
a66g
a670g
a673
a67g
a67t
a6986g
a69s
a6b1
a6g
a7445g
a761
a779c
a77g
a7r5
a80g
a816c
a8186
a821
a8344g
a839g
a861g
a87t
a880t
a89
a8923c
a8oxog
a8s100
a91vprf1
a922g
a986s
aa2m
aa307312
aa7690
aaa
aaaa
aaaag2
aaaassociated
aaaatpase
aaac
aaaca11
aaag
aaahs
aaas
aaat
aaathe
aabs
aac
aac11
aaca
aacc
aacetylcholinesterase
aacid
aacs
aactivation
aacvribalk4smaddependent
aacytidine
aad
aadhd
aadinduced
aaf
aag
aag8
aaga
aagc
aagenotype
aah
aai
aaidna
aak1
aallele
aalpha
aam
aamp
aanat
aanatasmtmelatonin
aanchoring
aand
aandor
aao
aap
aapcs
aapnh
aar Catalysis of the reaction: L-2-aminoadipate 6-semialdehyde + NADP+ + H2O = L-2-aminoadipate + NADPH + H+.
aare
aars2
aarthritis
aas
aasociated
aassociated
aat
aat1
aataaa
aatd
aatf
aatients
aatil8
aatt
aau
aauaaa
aauthere
aav
aav2
aav5
aav8mediated
aavmediated
aavs
ab1 Strain of C. elegans described with phenotypes such as; increased social feeding, foraging behavior variant, carbon dioxide response variant, bordering
ab142
ab18
ab192
ab42
ab814
abacavir
abad
abadabeta
abadinhibiting
abalphac
aband The dark-staining region of a sarcomere, in which myosin thick filaments are present; the center is traversed by the paler H zone, which in turn contains the M line.
abandon
abandonment
abands
abasic
abat
abbased
abberant
abbp1
abbreviated
abc
abc1
abc50
abca
abca1
abca12
abca1apoai
abca1dependent
abca1g1
abca1hcbs
abca1independent
abca1linked
abca1mediated
abca1r219k
abca1specific
abca2
abca3
abca4
abca4deficient
abca5
abca6
abca7
abca7rs3764650
abca8
abcb
abcb1
abcb10
abcb11
abcb1abcb4
abcb1abcc4
abcb1abcg2review
abcb1mdr1
abcb4
abcb5
abcb5positive
abcb6
abcb7
abcb8
abcc1
abcc1mrp1
abcc2
abcc3
abcc4
abcc4abcc4
abcc4mrp4
abcc5
abcc6
abcc6p1
abcc7
abcc8
abcc8kcnj11
abcd
abcd1
abcd2
abcd3
abce1
abcf1
abcf1in
abcf2
abcg1
abcg1dependent
abcg1mediated
abcg1specific
abcg2
abcg2abcg2
abcg2bcrp
abcg2dependent
abcg2mediated
abcg2overexpressing
abcg4
abcg5
abcg58
abcg5abcg8
abcg5g8
abcg8
abcg8mediated
abcgg5
abciximab
abclip
abcp
abcr
abcrystallin
abctransporter Catalysis of the reaction: ATP + H2O = ADP + phosphate, to directly drive the active transport of a substance across a membrane.
abctransporters
abd
abd1556
abdeltac
abdomen
abdominaal
abdominal
abelson
aberrance
aberrancies
aberrant
aberrantly
aberration
aberrations
abeta
abeta111
abeta140
abeta142
abeta142induced
abeta142reactive
abeta2535
abeta34
abeta40
abeta4042
abeta42
abeta4240
abeta4243
abeta42abeta40
abeta42induced
abeta42lowering
abeta42peptidetumor
abetaactivated
abetaassociated
abetabinding
abetadegrading
abetadependent
abetaindependent
abetainduced
abetalipoproteinaemia
abetalipoproteinemia
abetamediated
abetaos
abetapeptide
abetapositive
abetapp
abetappnull
abetapppresenilin1
abetarelated
abetas
abf1
abg
abh
abh2
abh3
abhd5
abhydrolase
abi
abi1
abi1bridged
abi1mediated
abi2
abi3
abidia
abilities
ability
abin
abin1
abin12
abin2
abin3
abinding
abinduced
abinsensitive
abiraterone
abiwave
abl
abl1
abl1dependent
abl2
abl2arg
ablate
ablated
ablates
ablating
ablation
ablbcr
ablcrkii
able
ablebodied
ablevoked
ablinteractor
ablkinase
ablmediated
abloop
ablrelated
ablumenal
abluminal
abmd
abmediated
abmr
abnormal
abnormalities
abnormality
abnormalization
abnormally
abnormity
abo
aboincompatible
abolish
abolished
abolishes
abolishing
abolishment
abolition
aboriginal
aborigines
aborted
abortion
abortions
abortive
abortus
abounds
about
above
abovecited
abovemedian
abovementioned
abovenormal
abox
abp
abp1
abpa
abpositive
abrasively
abraxas
abrin
abro1
abrogate
abrogated
abrogates
abrogatesil6
abrogating
abrogation
abrupt
abruptio
abruption
abruptionassociated
abruptly
abs
abscence
abscess
abscesses
abscessus
abscission The controlled shedding of a body part.
absence
absense
absent
absentc1
absentgstm1
absentlow
absentreduced
absolute
absolutely
absorbance
absorbed
absorbing
absorption
absorptive
abstain
abstinence
abstinent
abstract
abt199
abt737
abt869
abundance
abundances
abundant
abundantly
abuse
abusedependence
abusereview
abusers
abusing
abutting
abvd
abysmal
ac1
ac1166
ac130710
ac133
ac133cd34
ac1cftr
ac2
ac3123
ac333
ac4
ac5
ac6
ac7
ac8
ac9
aca
acaa2
acaca
acacb
acaccc
acacetin
acad A T cell apoptotic process that occurs towards the end of the expansion phase following the initial activation of mature T cells by antigen via the accumulation of pro-apoptotic gene products and decrease in anti-apoptotic gene products.
academic
acadian
acalculous
acan
acanthamoeba
acantholysis
acantholytic
acanthoma
acanthosis
acap1
acap4
acapositive
acapsular
acarbose
acas
acat
acat1
acat2
acatcholesterol
acativation
acbd3
acbd3interacting
acbp
acc
acc1
acc2
acca
accalpha
accampepac
accbeta
accc
accdlpfc
accelerate
accelerated
accelerates
accelerating
acceleration
accelerationdeceleration
accelerator
accentuate
accentuated
accentuates
accentuating
accept
acceptable
acceptance
accepted
acceptible
accepting
acceptor
acceptor1
acceptorbleaching
acceptors
accepts
access
accessibility
accessible
accessing
accession
accessory
accf
accg
accident
accidental
accidents
acclimation
acclimatization
accmybnfib
accommodate
accommodated
accommodates
accommodating
accommodation
accompanied
accompanies
accompaniment
accompany
accompanying
accomplish
accomplished
accomplishes
accomplishment
accord
accordance
accorded
according
accordingly
account
accountable
accounted
accounting
accounts
accreta
accretion
accrual
accrued
accumbens
accumulate
accumulated
accumulates
accumulating
accumulation
accumulationdeficient
accumulationfoam
accumulations
accumulative
accuracies
accuracy
accurate
accurately
acd
acdase
acdk
acdk1
acdk12
acdk2
acdk2dependent
acdkdependent
acdks
acdl
acdmpv
ace
ace1
ace2
ace2ang17mas
acea2350g
aceace2
aceae
aceagt
acecough
acedd
acei
aceid
aceinhibitor
aceis
acellular
acemerin
acenocoumarol
acentriolar
acentrosomal
acer
acer2
acer2sphingosine
acesulfame
acetabular
acetal
acetaldehyde
acetaldehydedna
acetaldehydeinduced
acetaminophen
acetaminopheninduced
acetate
acetateactivated
acetatebound
acetateinduced
acetatepdgfbb
acetateresponsive
acetoacetylcoa
acetonide
acetyl
acetylase
acetylasecoactivator
acetylasedeacetylase
acetylatation
acetylate
acetylated
acetylatedfoxo
acetylates
acetylating
acetylation
acetylationbim
acetylationdeacetylation
acetylationdependent
acetylationexchange
acetylationh12
acetylationmediated
acetylationphosphorylation
acetylations
acetylator
acetylators
acetylcholine
acetylcholineesterase
acetylcholineinduced
acetylcholinesterase
acetylcoa
acetylcoacarboxylase
acetylcoenzyme
acetylglucosamine
acetylhydrolase
acetylized
acetyllysine
acetyllysinebinding
acetylmethyl
acetylsalicylic
acetyltranferasescbp
acetyltransferase
acetyltransferases
acf
acf1
acf1snf2h
acf7
acfso
acg
acgh
acgt
acgtct
ach
ach4
achaete
achaetescute
achain
achaindomain
achalasia
achang
achblf
ache An unpleasant sensation induced by noxious stimuli which are detected by NERVE ENDINGS of NOCICEPTIVE NEURONS.
achebuche
acher
acheron
aches An unpleasant sensation induced by noxious stimuli which are detected by NERVE ENDINGS of NOCICEPTIVE NEURONS.
achet
achievable
achieve
achieved
achievement
achievements
achieves
achieving
achilles
achinduced
achinery
achn
achr
achrgamma
achromatopsia
achromats
achrs
aci
acicc
acid
acidactivated
acidaemia
acidb
acidbase
acidbased
acidbetaglucosidase
acidbinding
acidbound
acidcoa
acidcontaining
acidcoupled
aciddependent
aciddeprived
aciddifferentiated
acidelicited
acidemia
acidenhanced
acidergic
acidfast
acidgated
acidgrip1
acidic
acidification Any process that reduces the internal pH of an organism, part of an organism or a cell, measured by the concentration of the hydrogen ion.
acidified
acidify
acidindependent
acidinduced
acidinducible
acidity
acidlabile
acidlinoleic
acidlysine
acidlysophosphatidic
acidmediated
acidmetabolizing
acidmodified
acidophilus
acidosis
acidosisgpr4
acidosisinduced
acidosismediated
acidotic
acidp2y5
acidphospholipase
acidproducing
acidra
acidregulated
acidrelated
acidresponsive
acidrich
acids
acidsa
acidscan
acidsensing
acidsensitive
acidspecific
acidstable
acidstarved
acidstimulated
acidsubstituted
acidthe
acidtreated
acidtriggered
acidunfolded
aciduria
acidurias
acinar
acinartoductal
acinetobacter
acini
acinic
acinus
acinusdependent
acinusmediated
acis
acitivation
acitivty
acitvation
acivity
ack
ack1
ack1dependent
ack1mig6
ack2
acknowledged
ackr3
acl
aclass
acldl
aclfhbv
aclfpatients
aclp
acly
acmpag
acn
acne A chronic disorder of the pilosebaceous apparatus associated with an increase in sebum secretion. It is characterized by open comedones (blackheads), closed comedones (whiteheads), and pustular nodules. The cause is unknown, but heredity and age are predisposing factors.
acnes
acnesinduced
acnp
aco1
aco2
acociate
aconitase
aconitaseirp1
acontaining
acot4
acot8
acoustic
acox1
acp
acp1
acp1aada12
acp1c
acp5
acpa
acpanegative
acpapositive
acpl1
acquire
acquired
acquirement
acquires
acquiring
acquisita
acquisition
acr
acr16
acral
acreb
acreb1
acrebpgc1alpha
acrich
acridine
acrocallosal
acrodermatitis
acrodysostosis
acrofacial
acrolein
acroleininduced
acromegalic
acromegaly
acromelic
acromesomelic
acromicric
acrorenalocular
acrosin
acrosomal
acrosome A structure in the head of a spermatozoon that contains acid hydrolases, and is concerned with the breakdown of the outer membrane of the ovum during fertilization. It lies just beneath the plasma membrane and is derived from the lysosome.
across
acrp30
acrylamide
acrystallin
acs
acs5
acsl
acsl1
acsl3
acsl35
acsl4
acss2
act
act1
act1traf6
act1traf6tak1mediated
act1v1d19n
act1v2d10n
acta
acta2
actb
actbgli
actc
acted
actg1
actg2
acth
acthcamp
acthdependent
acthindependent
acthinduced
acthmc2r
acthr
acthsecreting
acthstimulated
acti
actigraphyderived
actin
actinactivated
actinassociated
actinbased
actinbinding Interacting selectively and non-covalently with monomeric or multimeric forms of actin, including actin filaments.
actinbundling
actincapping
actincontaining
actincrosslinking The process in which two or more actin filaments are connected together by proteins that act as crosslinks between the filaments. The crosslinked filaments may be on the same or differing axes.
actincytoskeleton The part of the cytoskeleton (the internal framework of a cell) composed of actin and associated proteins. Includes actin cytoskeleton-associated complexes.
actincytoskeletonbased
actindependent
actindepolymerizing
actinegfp
actinencoding
actinenriched
actinfilament A filamentous structure formed of a two-stranded helical polymer of the protein actin and associated proteins. Actin filaments are a major component of the contractile apparatus of skeletal muscle and the microfilaments of the cytoskeleton of eukaryotic cells. The filaments, comprising polymerized globular actin molecules, appear as flexible structures with a diameter of 5-9 nm. They are organized into a variety of linear bundles, two-dimensional networks, and three dimensional gels. In the cytoskeleton they are most highly concentrated in the cortex of the cell just beneath the plasma membrane.
acting
actinic
actinin
actinin1
actinin2
actinin3
actinin4
actinlike
actinlinking
actinmediated
actinmkl1
actinmyosin
actinmyosiniibinding
actinnucleating
actinobacillus
actinomycetemcomitans
actinomycin
actinpositive
actinregulating
actinrelated
actinrich
actins
actinsevering
actinstabilizing
actinstress
actintropomyosin
action
actionable
actions
activ
activat
activatable
activate
activated
activatedeffector
activatedphosphorylated
activates
activati
activating
activatio
activationap1
activationare
activationassociated
activationbax
activationdeactivation
activationdegradation
activationdegranulation
activationdependent
activationdetoxication
activationdifferentiation
activationfor
activationinactivation
activationindependent
activationinduced
activationinvasiveness
activationloop
activationmediated
activationphosphorylation
activationpromoted
activationregulated
activationrepression
activationreview
activations
activationspecific
activationstate
activationstimulated
activationtermination
activativates
activator
activatorbinding
activatordependent
activatorfree
activatorinduced
activatorlike
activatormediated
activatorplasmin
activatorpromoter
activators
activatorstimulated
activatory
activatted
active
activeandrostane
actived
activeform
activeigf1r
activeligandbinding
actively
activemature
activemmp2
actives
activesite
activi
activiation
activin
activina
activinalk4
activinaresponsive
activinbetac
activinbmp
activininduced
activinlike
activinmediated
activinnodal
activinregulated
activins
activinstimulated
activities
activition
activitity
activitiy
activityassociated
activitybased
activitydependent
activityindependent
activityinduced
activityloss
activitymodifying
activityof
activityreducing
activityrelated
activityreview
activiy
actl6a
actl9
actn1
actn3
actn3ace
actn4
actn4mediated
actomyosin Any complex of actin, myosin, and accessory proteins.
actomyosindriven
actomyosinmediated
actopaxin
actor
actors
actr
actre2f1
actrib
actrii
actriia
actriib
acts
actual
actually
actuarial
actuator
acuity
acuminata
acuminatum
acupuncture
acure
acute
acutely
acuteonchronic
acutephase
acutetype
acutte
acv
acvr1
acvr1b
acvr2
acvr2b
acvrl1
acvrl1activin
acvrl1alk1
acvrl1smad1
acw
acyanotic
acyclindependent
acyclovir
acyl
acylaminoacylpeptidase
acylated
acylation
acylationdeacylation
acylationstimulating
acylcarnitine
acylcarnitines
acylcoa
acylcoas
acylcoenzyme
acylglycerols
acylmodified
acyloxy
acylphosphatase
acylprotein
acyltransferase
acyltransferase1
acyltransferases
ad01
ad1
ad11
ad12
ad158
ad2
ad3
ad31
ad4bpsf1
ad4bpsf1binding
ad4bpsf1dependent
ad5
ad5e1a
ada
ada1
ada2
ada2a
ada2b
ada3
adadeficient
adalimumab
adam
adam10
adam1017
adam10adam17
adam10dependent
adam10dll4
adam10mediated
adam12
adam12l
adam12m
adam12s
adam15
adam15b
adam15v2
adam17
adam17cleaved
adam17controlled
adam17dependent
adam17egfr
adam17mediated
adam17tace
adam19
adam22
adam23
adam27
adam28
adam28s
adam29
adam33
adam7
adam8
adam9
adam910mediated
adamantiadesbehcets
adamantinomatous
adamantyl
adamantylsubstituted
adamhbegfdependent
adamindependent
adaminduced
adammediated
adams
adamsoliver
adamts
adamts1
adamts10
adamts12
adamts13
adamts13cleavable
adamts13dependent
adamts13mediated
adamts13vwf
adamts14
adamts15
adamts16
adamts18
adamts19
adamts1mediated
adamts2
adamts4
adamts4v1
adamts5
adamts7
adamts8
adamts9
adamts9as2
adamtsl2
adamtsl4
adamtsl6beta
adamtslike
adap
adap1
adapt
adaptability
adaptable
adaptation
adaptations
adaptative
adaptatively
adaptator
adapted
adapter
adapterlike
adapters
adapterscaffold
adaptin
adapting
adaption
adaptive
adaptively
adaptor
adaptorlike
adaptorrelated
adaptors
adaptorspecific
adapts
adar
adar1
adar2
adars
adascid
adassociated
adbr2
adc
adca
adcc Cytolysis of target cells by natural killer cells, eosinophils, neutrophils, monocytes, or macrophages following engagement of antibodies bound to the target cells by Fc receptors on the effector cells.
adck4
adcs
adcy2
adcy3
adcy5
adcy6
adcy8
adcyap1
add
add1
add2
add3
adddiction
added
addicted
addiction Disorders related to substance abuse, the side effects of a medication, or toxin exposure.
addictionreview
addictions
addictive
addicts
adding
addison
addisons
addition
additional
additionally
additions
additive
additively
additives
additivism
additivity
addon
address
addressed
addresses
addressing
adds
adducin
adducins
adduct
adductcontaining
adducted
adduction
adducts
ade
adecatumumab
adeficient
adefovir
adehesiveness
adem
ademoma
adenine
adeninerich
adenines
adenineuridinerich
adeninguanine
adenitis
adenoassociated
adenocarcinoa
adenocarcinogenesis
adenocarcinom
adenocarcinoma A type of carcinoma derived from glandular tissue or in which tumor cells form recognizable glandular structures.|A malignant epithelial tumor with a glandular organization.
adenocarcinomaassociated
adenocarcinomaderived
adenocarcinomagenesis
adenocarcinomainitiating
adenocarcinomaprevalent
adenocarcinomas A type of carcinoma derived from glandular tissue or in which tumor cells form recognizable glandular structures.|A malignant epithelial tumor with a glandular organization.
adenocarcinomathis
adenocarcinomato
adenocarcioma
adenocarconima
adenocarinoma
adenocarinomas
adenocystic
adenohypophyseal
adenoid
adenoidal
adenoids
adenoma A neoplasm arising from the epithelium. It may be encapsulated or non-encapsulated but non-invasive. The neoplastic epithelial cells may or may not display cellular atypia or dysplasia. In the gastrointestinal tract, when dysplasia becomes severe it is sometimes called carcinoma in situ. Representative examples are pituitary gland adenoma, follicular adenoma of the thyroid gland, and adenomas (or adenomatous polyps) of the gastrointestinal tract.|A neoplasm arising from the epithelium. It may be encapsulated or non-encapsulated but non-invasive. The neoplastic epithelial cells may or may not display cellular atypia or dysplasia. In the gastrointestinal tract, when dysplasia becomes severe it is sometimes called carcinoma in situ. Representative examples are pituitary gland adenoma, follicular adenoma of the thyroid gland, and adenomas (or adenomatous polyps) of the gastrointestinal tract.
adenomaadenocarcinoma
adenomacarcinoma
adenomapolyps
adenomas A neoplasm arising from the epithelium. It may be encapsulated or non-encapsulated but non-invasive. The neoplastic epithelial cells may or may not display cellular atypia or dysplasia. In the gastrointestinal tract, when dysplasia becomes severe it is sometimes called carcinoma in situ. Representative examples are pituitary gland adenoma, follicular adenoma of the thyroid gland, and adenomas (or adenomatous polyps) of the gastrointestinal tract.|A neoplasm arising from the epithelium. It may be encapsulated or non-encapsulated but non-invasive. The neoplastic epithelial cells may or may not display cellular atypia or dysplasia. In the gastrointestinal tract, when dysplasia becomes severe it is sometimes called carcinoma in situ. Representative examples are pituitary gland adenoma, follicular adenoma of the thyroid gland, and adenomas (or adenomatous polyps) of the gastrointestinal tract.
adenomatoid
adenomatosis
adenomatous
adenomyoma
adenomyosis
adenomyosisassociated
adenomyotic
adenopathy
adenosine
adenosine35diphosphate
adenosinea3
adenosinedependent
adenosineelicited
adenosineinduced
adenosinemediated
adenosineproducing
adenosinerelated
adenosinergic
adenosinestimulated
adenosineuridine
adenosineuridinerich
adenosquamous
adenosylcobalamin
adenosyltransferase
adenotonsillar
adenoviral
adenoviralinfected
adenoviralmediated
adenovirus
adenoviruscontaining
adenovirusdelivered
adenoviruses
adenovirusinduced
adenovirusinfected
adenovirusmediated
adenovirusp53
adenovirusreic
adenovirustransformed
adenyl
adenylate
adenylated
adenylation
adenylosuccinate
adenylyl
adenylyltransferase
adenylyltransferases
adeoncarcinoma
adependent
adequacy
adequate
adequately
adf
adfakcdinduced
adfcofilin
adfcofilin1dependent
adfp
adh
adh1
adh1a
adh1b
adh1b11
adh1b2
adh1badh1cadh7
adh1baldh2
adh1c
adh1c11
adh1c12
adh1c22
adh1c22mthfr
adh2
adh21
adh22
adh3
adh31
adh32
adh4
adh5
adh7
adhd A behavior disorder originating in childhood in which the essential features are signs of developmentally inappropriate inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity. Although most individuals have symptoms of both inattention and hyperactivity-impulsivity, one or the other pattern may be predominant. The disorder is more frequent in males than females. Onset is in childhood. Symptoms often attenuate during late adolescence although a minority experience the full complement of symptoms into mid-adulthood. (From DSM-IV)
adhdct
adhdi
adhdwith
adhere
adhered
adherence
adherens
adherent
adherentinvasive
adherents
adhering
adhesin
adhesion
adhesionaggregation
adhesionassociated
adhesioncomplex
adhesiondependent
adhesiongrowthdependent
adhesionindependent
adhesioninduced
adhesioninducing
adhesionlocalized
adhesionmediated
adhesionmigration
adhesionrelated
adhesions
adhesionsignaling
adhesionsurvival
adhesiontargeting
adhesios
adhesive
adhesiveness
adhf
adhmediated
adhsp
adhu5apoptin
adhx9
adiopr1
adiose
adipo
adipocyte
adipocytederived
adipocytelike
adipocytes
adipocytespecific
adipocytic
adipocytokine
adipocytokines
adipogenesis The process whose specific outcome is the progression of adipose tissue over time, from its formation to the mature structure. Adipose tissue is specialized tissue that is used to store fat.
adipogenesisdependent
adipogenic
adipoimmune
adipoinsular
adipokine
adipokines
adiponectin
adiponectinemia
adiponectinil10
adiponectininduced
adiponectinleptin
adiponectinmediated
adiponectinregulated
adiponectinresistin
adiponectins
adiponectinstimulated
adiponectinsuggesting
adiponectintcadherin
adiponectintoleptin
adiponection
adiponectionleptin
adiponutrin
adiponutrinpnpla3
adipophilin
adipoq
adipor
adipor1
adipor12
adipor1adipor2
adipor1adipor2appl1
adipor1dependent
adipor1independent
adipor1r2
adipor1specific
adipor2
adipor2play
adipose
adiposederived
adiposeliver
adiposetissue
adiposity An eating-related disorder in which excess body fat has accumulated to such an extent that health may be negatively affected. It is commonly defined as a body mass index (weight divided by height squared) of 30 kg/m2 or higher.|A status with BODY WEIGHT that is grossly above the acceptable or desirable weight, usually due to accumulation of excess FATS in the body. The standards may vary with age, sex, genetic or cultural background. In the BODY MASS INDEX, a BMI greater than 30.0 kg/m2 is considered obese, and a BMI greater than 40.0 kg/m2 is considered morbidly obese (MORBID OBESITY).
adiposityrelated
adiposomes
adipsin
adirf3
adjacent
adjacently
adjhr185
adjhr244
adjoining
adjudicated
adjunct
adjunctive
adjuncts
adjust
adjustable
adjusted
adjusting
adjustment
adjustments
adjusts
adjuvant
adjuvants
adl
adld
adlike
adlte
adm
adma
admaindependent
admainduced
admidas
administered
administering
administration
administrationapproved
admission
admissions
admitted
admixed
admixture
admp
admr
admscs
adn
adnd
adnexa
adnexal
adnfle
adnos1
adnos3
adnp
adnp2
adnrf2
adnshl
adoa
adocbl
adohcy
adolescence
adolescent
adolescents
adolescentsdrinking
adolescentsyoung
adolscent
adomain
adomet
adometdc
adopt
adopted
adopting
adoption
adoptive
adoptively
adopts
adora1
adora2a
adora2b
adp
adpactin
adpactivated
adpathology
adpatp
adpbinding Interacting selectively and non-covalently with ADP, adenosine 5'-diphosphate.
adpbound
adpdependent
adpinduced
adpkd
adpkinesin
adpmediated
adpmutsalphaatp
adppotentiation
adpr
adpr1
adpribose
adpribosyl
adpribosylated
adpribosylating
adpribosylation
adpribosyltransferase
adpribosyltransferases
adprotective
adprt
adprt1
adprtxrcc1
adpstimulated
adpten
adpttg
adpunc104
adr
adra1a
adra1c
adra1d
adra2a
adra2b
adra2c
adrb1
adrb12
adrb2
adrb2elucc
adrb2rs1800888thr164ile
adrb2tlr2
adrb3
adrbeta2
adrbk2
adrelated
adrenal
adrenalectomy
adrenaline
adrenals
adrenarche
adrenergic
adrenoceptor
adrenoceptors
adrenocortical
adrenocorticotropic
adrenocorticotropinproducing
adrenodoxin
adrenoleukodystrophy
adrenomedullary
adrenomedullin
adrenomedullinadrenomedullin
adrenomedullinevoked
adrenomedullinramp2
adrenomyeloneuropathy
adrenopeptidergic
adrenoreceptor
adrenoreceptors
adriamycin
adriamycininduced
adriamycinresistant
adriven
adrm1
adrp
adrpperilipin
adrs
ads
adsc
adscs
adscscm
adsl
adsorb
adsorbed
adsorption
adsorptioninduced
adss
adt
adtrp
aduckhubeil12004
adult A maturity quality inhering in an individual by virtue of the individual having attained sexual maturity and full growth
adulthood
adultlike
adultonset
adults
adulttype
advance
advanced
advancedmetastatic
advancedstage
advancement
advancements
advances
advancing
advantage
advantagedisadvantage
advantageous
advantageously
advantages
advent
adventitia
adventitial
adventitias
adventitious
adverse
adversely
adversities
adversity
advillin
advisable
advised
advocate
advocated
advocates
ae1
ae1slc4a1band
ae2
aea
aeblex
aebox
aebsf
aec
aeca
aecdk2
aeciis
aecpatient
aecs
aeds
aee788
aeg1
aeg1akt2
aeg1mtdh
aegean
aegfr
aej
ael
aemerin
aen
aeolicus
aep
aerd
aerobic
aerodigestive
aeromonas
aeruginosa
aeruginosadependent
aeruginosainduced
aes
aesilenced
aetfc
aetiological
aetiologies
aetiology
aetiopathogenesis
aetiopathology
aettreated
aexu
af1
af10
af10mediated
af15q14
af17
af1mediated
af1q
af2
af2dependent
af4
af4dependent
af4mll
af6
af6afadin
af6pdz
af9
af9dot1l
afabp
afabp4
afabpap2
afadin
afadr
afap
afap1
afap110
afap1l1
afatinib
afb1
afb1related
afbn
afebrile
aff1
aff234
aff3
affect
affectd
affected
affectedcd44
affecteds
affecting
affection
affective
affects
afferent
afferents
affibody
affiliation
affiliative
affin
affinities
affinity
affinityregulating
affirm
affirms
affixin
afflicted
afford
affordable
afforded
affords
affymetrix
afg3l2
afg3l2spg7paraplegin
afgf
afghanistan
afibrinogenemia
aflatoxin
aflibercept
afm
aforementioned
afp
afp4655
afpl3
afpnegative
afpproducing
afpr
afpromoting
africa
african Denotes a person with African ancestral origins who self identifies, or is identified, as African. The concept does not refer to those of other ancestry, for example, European and South Asian. In practice, the term mainly refers to people originated from forty-eight sub-Saharan Africa nations; and excudes individuals from North Africa countries, e.g. such as Algeria, Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia with Arab and Berber ethnicity.
africanamerican A term used in the United States to categorize a population group comprised of persons having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. Includes population subgroups (e.g., Kenyan, Nigerian, Haitian). The concept refers also to individuals who classify themselves as described.
africanamericans
africanbrazilian
africanbrazilians
africanderived
africans
africansbutstill
afrobrazilian
afrocaribbean
afrocaribbeans
afrs
afs
afsc
after
afterdepolarizations
afterdepolarizationstriggered
afterhyperpolarization
afterload
afternoon
aftiphilingammasynergin
aftiphilinp200gammasynergin
afu
afx
ag1478
ag49
ag490
ag73
aga
agaa
agab
agac
again
agains
against
againstas
agalactiae
agamma
agamma201
agammaglobin
agammaglobulinemia
agammapromoterdriven
aganglionic
aganglionosis
agap2
agar
agaritine
agarose
agarwal
agat
agbl1
agbl2
agc
agc1
agcontaininguridinerich
agdriven
age A temporal measurement of the time period elapsed since an identifiable point in the life cycle of an organism. If a developmental stage is specified, the identifiable point would be the beginning of that stage. Otherwise the identifiable point must be specified such as planting (e.g. 3 days post planting).
age3
ageadjusted
agean
ageassociated
ageatdiagnosisonset
ageatonset The age at which some process, or disease started in a human individual.
agebmimatched
agebsa
aged
agedependent
ageincidence
ageinduced
ageing A developmental process that is a deterioration and loss of function over time. Aging includes loss of functions such as resistance to disease, homeostasis, and fertility, as well as wear and tear. Aging includes cellular senescence, but is more inclusive. May precede death (GO:0016265) and may succeed developmental maturation (GO:0021700).
ageingrelated
agematched
agemodified
agenesis
agent
agentinduced
agents
agentsinduced
ageofonset
ageproteins
ager
ager1
agerage
agerageinduced
ageragerelated
agerelated
ages
agespecific
agespecifically
agesrage
agexperienced
agg
aggc
aggf1
aggg
agglutination
agglutinin
aggravate
aggravated
aggravates
aggravating
aggravation
aggrecan
aggrecanase
aggrecanase1
aggrecanases
aggregability
aggregate
aggregatecentered
aggregated
aggregates
aggregatibacter
aggregating
aggregation
aggregationprone
aggregations
aggregative
aggregatory
aggresive
aggresome An inclusion body formed by dynein-dependent retrograde transport of an aggregated protein on microtubules.
aggresomelike
aggresomes
aggresometargeting
aggression A behavioral interaction between organisms in which one organism has the intention of inflicting physical damage on another individual.
aggressionrelated
aggressive
aggressiveimpulsive
aggressively
aggressiveness
aggressivity
aggt
aggtca
agindependent
aging A developmental process that is a deterioration and loss of function over time. Aging includes loss of functions such as resistance to disease, homeostasis, and fertility, as well as wear and tear. Aging includes cellular senescence, but is more inclusive. May precede death (GO:0016265) and may succeed developmental maturation (GO:0021700).
agingassociated
agingdelaying
agingdependent
agingprone
agingrelated
agitation
agk
agl
agldl
agldllrp1
aglycone
agm Region where blood progenitor markers are expressed. Probable site of definitive hematopoiesis between 36hpf and 4dpf.
agmatinase
agmatine
agmediated
agn
agnoprotein
agnor
ago
ago1
ago1gw182
ago2
ago2cleaved
ago2f2v2
ago2nicked
ago2slicerdependent
ago3
ago3dependent
ago4
agomir
agonism
agonist
agonistactivated
agonistantagonist
agonistbinding
agonistbound
agonistdependent
agonistenhanced
agonistevoked
agonistfxr
agonistic
agonistindependent
agonistinduced
agonistmediated
agonistoccupied
agonistpromoted
agonistreceptor
agonists
agonistselective
agonistspecific
agoniststimulated
agoraphobia
agouti
agoutirelated
agp
agpat1
agpat2
agpat3
agpat5
agpresenting
agr
agr2
agranulocytosis
agree
agreeableness
agreed
agreement
agreements
agrees
agressive
agressiveness
agricultural
agrin
agrinindependent
agrinmusk
agrinstimulated
agrnas
agrp
ags
ags1
ags3
ags3galphai2
agspecific
agstimulated
agt
agtr1
agtr13utr
agtr1accc
agtr1c573t
agtr2
agtrl1
aguag
agvhd
agvhdgrade
agxt
agxtproiileu
ah1n1
ah1n1pdm09
ah2
aha1
aha1hsp90
ahc
ahead
ahf
ahi1
ahnak
ahnak1
aholes
aholike
ahong
ahr
ahrarnt
ahraryl
ahrdependent
ahre5
ahreralpha
ahrmediated
ahrr
ahrrarnt
ahrrncoa2
ahrsignaling
ahsct
ahsg
ahsp
ahspalphahb
aht
ahus
ahusassociated
ahve
ahyperactivation
aia
aiabca1dependent
aib1
aib1and
aib1delta3
aib1delta4
aib1dependent
aib1src3
aib1targeted
aibp
aicar
aicardigoutieres
aicaribosiduria
aicd
aicda
aicdadependent
aicdatargeted
aicdfe65tip60
aichi
aiclexpressing
aid
aida1
aida1c
aiddependent
aide
aided
aiderived
aidinduced
aiding
aidl
aidmediated
aids A syndrome resulting from the acquired deficiency of cellular immunity caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). It is characterized by the reduction of the Helper T-lymphocytes in the peripheral blood and the lymph nodes. Symptoms include generalized lymphadenopathy, fever, weight loss, and chronic diarrhea. Patients with AIDS are especially susceptible to opportunistic infections (usually pneumocystis carinii pneumonia, cytomegalovirus (CMV) infections, tuberculosis, candida infections, and cryptococcosis), and the development of malignant neoplasms (usually non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and Kaposi's sarcoma). The human immunodeficiency virus is transmitted through sexual contact, sharing of contaminated needles, or transfusion of contaminated blood.|An acquired defect of cellular immunity associated with infection by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), a CD4-positive T-lymphocyte count under 200 cells/microliter or less than 14% of total lymphocytes, and increased susceptibility to opportunistic infections and malignant neoplasms. Clinical manifestations also include emaciation (wasting) and dementia. These elements reflect criteria for AIDS as defined by the CDC in 1993.|A syndrome resulting from the acquired deficiency of cellular immunity caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). It is characterized by the reduction of the Helper T-lymphocytes in the peripheral blood and the lymph nodes. Symptoms include generalized lymphadenopathy, fever, weight loss, and chronic diarrhea. Patients with AIDS are especially susceptible to opportunistic infections (usually pneumocystis carinii pneumonia, cytomegalovirus (CMV) infections, tuberculosis, candida infections, and cryptococcosis), and the development of malignant neoplasms (usually non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and Kaposi's sarcoma). The human immunodeficiency virus is transmitted through sexual contact, sharing of contaminated needles, or transfusion of contaminated blood. -- 2004|Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is a HIV infection consisting of a disease of the human immune system that is characterized cytologically especially by a reduction in the numbers of CD4-bearing helper T cells to 20 percent or less of normal thereby rendering the subject highly vulnerable to life-threatening conditions (as Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia) and to some that become life threatening (as Kaposi's sarcoma) and that is caused by infection with HIV commonly transmitted in infected blood especially during illicit intravenous drug use and in bodily secretions (as semen) during sexual intercourse.|An HIV infectious disease that is a characterized cytologically by a reduction in the numbers of CD4-bearing helper T cells to 20 percent or less of normal thereby rendering the subject highly vulnerable to life-threatening conditions (as Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia) and to some that become life threatening (as Kaposi's sarcoma) and that is caused by infection with HIV commonly transmitted in infected blood especially during illicit intravenous drug use and in bodily secretions (as semen) during sexual intercourse.|A syndrome resulting from the acquired deficiency of cellular immunity caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). It is characterized by the reduction of the Helper T-lymphocytes in the peripheral blood and the lymph nodes. Symptoms include generalized lymphadenopathy, fever, weight loss, and chronic diarrhea. Patients with AIDS are especially susceptible to opportunistic infections (usually pneumocystis carinii pneumonia, cytomegalovirus (CMV) infections, tuberculosis, candida infections, and cryptococcosis), and the development of malignant neoplasms (usually non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and Kaposi's sarcoma). The human immunodeficiency virus is transmitted through sexual contact, sharing of contaminated needles, or transfusion of contaminated blood.|A Human immunodeficiency virus infectious disease that results_in reduction in the numbers of CD4-bearing helper T cells below 200 per ┬ÁL of blood or 14% of all lymphocytes thereby rendering the subject highly vulnerable to life-threatening infections and cancers, has_agent Human immunodeficiency virus 1 or has_agent Human immunodeficiency virus 2, which are transmitted_by sexual contact, transmitted_by transfer of blood, semen, vaginal fluid, pre-ejaculate, or breast milk, transmitted_by congenital method, and transmitted_by contaminated needles. Opportunistic infections are common in people with AIDS.
aidsassociated
aidsrelated
aif
aif1
aifcypa
aifdependent
aifendogdependent
aifindependent
aifm1
aifm3
aifmediated
aifrelated
aig1
aigf1raspirs2valucp2
aigg
aih
aiha
aii
aiibb3dependent
aiiinitiated
aiimediated
ail
ailimicos
ailments
ailoh
aim
aim1
aim2
aimed
aimediated
aiming
aimp
aimp1
aimp1induced
aimp3
aimp3p18
aims
ain
aindependent
ainduced
ainhibited
aiolos
aip
aip1
aip2
aip4
aip4arrestin2
aip4itch
aip5
aipc
aipl1
aipret
air
airap
airapl
airborne
aire
aireexpressing
aireinduced
airemediated
airep63
airephd1
aireregulated
aires
airesistant
airflow
airliquid
airspace
airspaces
airwater
airway
airways
ais
aitd
aitds
aitl
aiv
aiway
ajc
ajcc
ajoeneinduced
ajs
ajuba
ak1
ak4
ak7
ak8
aka
akap
akap12
akap12a
akap13
akap149
akap149dakap1
akap150
akap220
akap3
akap350
akap350a
akap450
akap5
akap7
akap79
akap79150
akap9
akap95
akap9braf
akaplbc
akaps
akari
akathisia
aki
aki1
akin
akinase
akinaseanchoring
akinesia
akip1
akita
akkaa
akna
aknobs
akr
akr1
akr1b1
akr1b10
akr1b3
akr1b3produced
akr1c
akr1c1
akr1c2
akr1c3
akr1c4
akr1d1
akt
akt1
akt12
akt12and
akt1and
akt1e17k
akt1gli3vmp1
akt1mediated
akt1myc
akt1nfkappabnotch1pten
akt2
akt2b23
akt2dependent
akt2foxo3a
akt3
aktactivated
aktactivation
aktactive
aktand
aktask1
aktbad
aktbcl2
aktbetacatenin
aktbetacateninsnail
aktcaspase9
aktdependent
aktenos
aktenoshsp90
akterk
akterkmediated
aktezrin
aktfoxo
aktfoxo1
aktfoxo3a
aktfoxo3abim
aktfoxo3agsk3betaar
aktfoxo3agsk3betabetacateninar
aktfoxobim
aktfoxomyocardin
aktgirdin
aktgsk3
aktgsk3beta
aktgsk3betacdc25a
aktgsk3betacyclin
aktgsk3betasnail
akthif1alphapdgfbb
akthsf1
akthsp27
akti
aktikappab
aktindependent
aktinduced
aktinducible
aktinhibitory
aktip
aktmammalian
aktmdm2p53
aktmediated
aktmir21
aktmtor
aktmtor4ebp1
aktmtorc1
aktmtorcip70s6k
aktmtordependent
aktmtorp70s6
aktmtorp70s6k
aktmtorp70s6k1
aktnfkappab
aktnfkappabdependent
aktnfkb
aktp21
aktp53
aktp70s6k
aktp70s6k1
aktpak1
aktphosphoinositide
aktphosphorylated
aktphosphorylation
aktpi3k
aktpi3kdependent
aktpkb
aktprotein
aktpten
aktptenmediated
aktregulated
akts473
akts6k
aktser473
aktsignaling A series of reactions, mediated by the intracellular serine/threonine kinase protein kinase B (also called AKT), which occurs as a result of a single trigger reaction or compound.
aktsrebp1
aktsurvivin
akttorc1
akttscmtorc1
al2tf
al3
ala
ala1
ala119
ala12
ala147thr
ala148thr
ala158
ala16val
ala16valsod2
ala222val
ala23thr
ala26val
ala288ser
ala379val
ala382thr
ala428
ala499val
ala52
ala558
ala55val
ala629
ala67thr
ala72
ala92
ala9val
alaala
alaallele
alabama
alabased
alacrimia
alad
alad2
aladin
alagille
alagly
alamandine
alanine
alanineaspartate
alanineglyoxylate
alaninerich
alanines
alaninescanning
alarm
alarmin
alarmins
alas
alas1
alas2
alascanning
alaska
alasod2
alathr
alats12aurora
alaval
alaxalaalaxvalprox4valprox8pro
alb
alb6
alba
albanian
albatype
albeit
albendazole
alberta
albescens
albicans
albicansinduced
albicansnative
albinism
albinisms
albino
albipunctatus
albright
albrights
albumin
albuminadvanced
albuminbinding
albumincreatinine
albuminhba1c
albuminin
albumininduced
albuminuria The presence of albumin in the urine, an indicator of KIDNEY DISEASES.
albuterol
alc
alc1
alcadein
alcalpha1
alcam
alcammediated
alcbeta
alcgamma