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1. 15-hydroxy-5,8,11,13,17-eicosapentaenoic acid embryo development 15-hydroxy-5,8,11,13,17-eicosapentaenoic acid results in decreased embryo development 1: Paracentrotus lividus Embryo, Nonmammalian   1
2. 5-hydroxy-6,8,11,14,17-eicosapentaenoic acid embryo development 5-hydroxy-6,8,11,14,17-eicosapentaenoic acid results in decreased embryo development 1: Paracentrotus lividus Embryo, Nonmammalian   1
3. 7,14-dihydroxydocosa-4,8,10,12,16,19-hexaenoic acid reactive oxygen species metabolic process Tetradecanoylphorbol Acetate 7,14-dihydroxydocosa-4,8,10,12,16,19-hexaenoic acid inhibits the reaction [Tetradecanoylphorbol Acetate results in increased reactive oxygen species metabolic process] 1: Mus musculus Bone Marrow Cells | Neutrophils   1
4. 7,14-dihydroxydocosa-4,8,10,12,16,19-hexaenoic acid neutrophil migration CXCL1 7,14-dihydroxydocosa-4,8,10,12,16,19-hexaenoic acid inhibits the reaction [CXCL1 protein results in increased neutrophil migration] 1: Mus musculus Bone Marrow Cells | Neutrophils   1
5. alpha-Linolenic Acid arachidonic acid metabolic process alpha-Linolenic Acid affects arachidonic acid metabolic process 1: Rattus norvegicus Testis | Leydig Cells | Mitochondria 1 gene: FADS1 1
6. alpha-Linolenic Acid glutathione biosynthetic process methylmercuric chloride alpha-Linolenic Acid inhibits the reaction [methylmercuric chloride results in decreased glutathione biosynthetic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Liver 1 gene: GCLC 1
7. alpha-Linolenic Acid apoptotic process BCHE alpha-Linolenic Acid inhibits the reaction [BCHE protein results in increased apoptotic process] 1: Homo sapiens Hep G2 Cells
4 genes: HMOX1 | IL1B | PPARD | PRKCA
1
8. alpha-Linolenic Acid membrane lipid catabolic process Deferoxamine | Paraquat Deferoxamine inhibits the reaction [alpha-Linolenic Acid promotes the reaction [Paraquat results in increased membrane lipid catabolic process]] 1: Rattus norvegicus Hepatocytes | Cells, Cultured   1
9. alpha-Linolenic Acid 17-beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase (NADP+) activity Dimethoate Dimethoate inhibits the reaction [alpha-Linolenic Acid results in increased 17-beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase (NADP+) activity] 1: Rattus norvegicus Testis | Leydig Cells   1
10. alpha-Linolenic Acid cholesterol biosynthetic process alpha-Linolenic Acid results in decreased cholesterol biosynthetic process 1: Rattus norvegicus Testis | Leydig Cells | Mitochondria 1 gene: ACLY 1
11. alpha-Linolenic Acid phospholipase A2 activity alpha-Linolenic Acid results in decreased phospholipase A2 activity 1: Rattus norvegicus Testis | Leydig Cells   1
12. alpha-Linolenic Acid phospholipase A2 activity Dimethoate [Dimethoate co-treated with alpha-Linolenic Acid] results in decreased phospholipase A2 activity 1: Rattus norvegicus Testis | Leydig Cells   1
13. alpha-Linolenic Acid regulation of mitochondrial membrane potential Chlorambucil alpha-Linolenic Acid inhibits the reaction [Chlorambucil affects regulation of mitochondrial membrane potential] Endothelial Cells 1 gene: UCP2 1
14. alpha-Linolenic Acid 17-beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase (NADP+) activity alpha-Linolenic Acid results in increased 17-beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase (NADP+) activity 1: Rattus norvegicus Testis | Leydig Cells   1
15. alpha-Linolenic Acid lipid catabolic process methylmercuric chloride alpha-Linolenic Acid inhibits the reaction [methylmercuric chloride results in increased lipid catabolic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Liver 1 gene: PCK1 1
16. alpha-Linolenic Acid glutathione peroxidase activity methylmercuric chloride alpha-Linolenic Acid inhibits the reaction [methylmercuric chloride results in decreased glutathione peroxidase activity] 1: Rattus norvegicus Kidney 1 gene: GSTA1 1
17. alpha-Linolenic Acid prostaglandin biosynthetic process alpha-Linolenic Acid results in increased prostaglandin biosynthetic process 1: Rattus norvegicus Testis | Leydig Cells 1 gene: PTGS2 1
18. alpha-Linolenic Acid membrane lipid catabolic process Ascorbic Acid | Paraquat Ascorbic Acid promotes the reaction [alpha-Linolenic Acid promotes the reaction [Paraquat results in increased membrane lipid catabolic process]] 1: Rattus norvegicus Hepatocytes | Cells, Cultured   1
19. alpha-Linolenic Acid steroid delta-isomerase activity Dimethoate [Dimethoate co-treated with alpha-Linolenic Acid] results in decreased steroid delta-isomerase activity 1: Rattus norvegicus Testis | Leydig Cells   1
20. alpha-Linolenic Acid cell death alpha-Linolenic Acid results in increased cell death 1: Homo sapiens Hep G2 Cells 1 gene: HMOX1 1
21. alpha-Linolenic Acid lipid catabolic process methylmercuric chloride alpha-Linolenic Acid inhibits the reaction [methylmercuric chloride results in increased lipid catabolic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Kidney 1 gene: PCK1 1
22. alpha-Linolenic Acid regulation of fatty acid metabolic process lard [lard affects regulation of fatty acid metabolic process] which affects the abundance of alpha-Linolenic Acid 1: Rattus norvegicus Mammary Glands, Animal
2 genes: PPARA | SREBF1
1
23. alpha-Linolenic Acid superoxide dismutase activity methylmercuric chloride alpha-Linolenic Acid inhibits the reaction [methylmercuric chloride results in decreased superoxide dismutase activity] 1: Rattus norvegicus Kidney   1
24. alpha-Linolenic Acid lipid catabolic process Dimethoate alpha-Linolenic Acid inhibits the reaction [Dimethoate results in increased lipid catabolic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Testis | Leydig Cells | Mitochondria 1 gene: PCK1 1
25. alpha-Linolenic Acid cholesterol biosynthetic process Dimethoate Dimethoate promotes the reaction [alpha-Linolenic Acid results in decreased cholesterol biosynthetic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Testis | Leydig Cells | Mitochondria 1 gene: ACLY 1
26. alpha-Linolenic Acid membrane lipid catabolic process Ascorbic Acid | ferrous sulfate Ascorbic Acid promotes the reaction [[alpha-Linolenic Acid co-treated with ferrous sulfate] results in increased membrane lipid catabolic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Hepatocytes | Cells, Cultured   1
27. alpha-Linolenic Acid membrane lipid catabolic process N,N'-diphenyl-4-phenylenediamine | Paraquat N,N'-diphenyl-4-phenylenediamine inhibits the reaction [alpha-Linolenic Acid promotes the reaction [Paraquat results in increased membrane lipid catabolic process]] 1: Rattus norvegicus Hepatocytes | Cells, Cultured   1
28. alpha-Linolenic Acid glutathione peroxidase activity methylmercuric chloride alpha-Linolenic Acid inhibits the reaction [methylmercuric chloride results in decreased glutathione peroxidase activity] 1: Rattus norvegicus Liver 1 gene: GSTA1 1
29. alpha-Linolenic Acid membrane lipid catabolic process alpha-Tocopherol | Paraquat alpha-Tocopherol inhibits the reaction [alpha-Linolenic Acid promotes the reaction [Paraquat results in increased membrane lipid catabolic process]] 1: Rattus norvegicus Hepatocytes | Cells, Cultured   1
30. alpha-Linolenic Acid arachidonic acid metabolic process Dimethoate Dimethoate affects the reaction [alpha-Linolenic Acid affects arachidonic acid metabolic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Testis | Leydig Cells | Mitochondria 1 gene: FADS1 1
31. alpha-Linolenic Acid positive regulation of neuron death Soman alpha-Linolenic Acid inhibits the reaction [Soman results in increased positive regulation of neuron death] 1: Rattus norvegicus Brain   1
32. alpha-Linolenic Acid glutathione biosynthetic process methylmercuric chloride alpha-Linolenic Acid inhibits the reaction [methylmercuric chloride results in decreased glutathione biosynthetic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Kidney 1 gene: GCLC 1
33. alpha-Linolenic Acid superoxide dismutase activity methylmercuric chloride alpha-Linolenic Acid inhibits the reaction [methylmercuric chloride results in decreased superoxide dismutase activity] 1: Rattus norvegicus Liver   1
34. alpha-Linolenic Acid prostaglandin biosynthetic process Dimethoate [Dimethoate co-treated with alpha-Linolenic Acid] results in increased prostaglandin biosynthetic process 1: Rattus norvegicus Testis | Leydig Cells 1 gene: PTGS2 1
35. alpha-Linolenic Acid regulation of fatty acid metabolic process Tetrachlorodibenzodioxin [Tetrachlorodibenzodioxin results in increased regulation of fatty acid metabolic process] which results in decreased abundance of alpha-Linolenic Acid 1: Rattus norvegicus Liver
2 genes: PPARA | SREBF1
1
36. alpha-Linolenic Acid membrane lipid catabolic process Paraquat alpha-Linolenic Acid promotes the reaction [Paraquat results in increased membrane lipid catabolic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Hepatocytes | Cells, Cultured   1
37. alpha-Linolenic Acid regulation of fatty acid metabolic process Tetrachlorodibenzodioxin [Tetrachlorodibenzodioxin results in increased regulation of fatty acid metabolic process] which results in decreased abundance of alpha-Linolenic Acid 1: Rattus norvegicus Serum
2 genes: PPARA | SREBF1
1
38. alpha-Linolenic Acid cell migration Chlorambucil alpha-Linolenic Acid inhibits the reaction [Chlorambucil results in decreased cell migration] Endothelial Cells   1
39. Butter positive regulation of eating behavior Butter results in increased positive regulation of eating behavior 1: Rattus norvegicus   1 gene: NPY 1
40. Butter lipid homeostasis Triglycerides [Butter results in decreased lipid homeostasis] which results in increased abundance of Triglycerides 1: Mesocricetus auratus Serum   1
41. Butter lipid homeostasis Cholesterol, Dietary | Cholesterol, HDL [[Butter co-treated with Cholesterol, Dietary] affects lipid homeostasis] which results in increased abundance of Cholesterol, HDL 1: Mesocricetus auratus Plasma   1
42. Butter lipid homeostasis Cholesterol [Butter results in decreased lipid homeostasis] which results in increased abundance of Cholesterol 1: Mesocricetus auratus Serum   1
43. Butter feeding behavior Butter affects feeding behavior 1: Rattus norvegicus  
2 genes: NPY | POMC
1
44. Butter mammary duct terminal end bud growth bisphenol A [bisphenol A co-treated with Butter] results in increased mammary duct terminal end bud growth 1: Rattus norvegicus Breast   1
45. Butter lipid homeostasis Butter results in decreased lipid homeostasis 1: Mesocricetus auratus Serum   1
46. Butter positive regulation of adipose tissue development Butter results in increased positive regulation of adipose tissue development 1: Rattus norvegicus Subcutaneous Fat   1
47. Butter positive regulation of adipose tissue development Butter results in increased positive regulation of adipose tissue development 1: Rattus norvegicus Intra-Abdominal Fat   1
48. Butter lipid homeostasis Cholesterol, HDL [Butter results in decreased lipid homeostasis] which results in decreased abundance of Cholesterol, HDL 1: Mesocricetus auratus Serum   1
49. Butter lipid homeostasis Cholesterol, Dietary | Triglycerides [[Butter co-treated with Cholesterol, Dietary] affects lipid homeostasis] which results in increased abundance of Triglycerides 1: Mesocricetus auratus Plasma   1
50. Butter positive regulation of multicellular organism growth Butter results in decreased positive regulation of multicellular organism growth 1: Rattus norvegicus     1
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