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Chemical Tobacco Smoke Pollution

1–50 of 418 results.
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1. Tobacco Smoke Pollution activation of protein kinase B activity gefitinib gefitinib inhibits the reaction [Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased activation of protein kinase B activity] 1: Homo sapiens Bronchi | Epithelial Cells | Cell Line
14 genes: ADRA2A | AKT1 | CCDC88A | GAS6 | IGF1 | IL18 | MIR21 | MT3 | NRG1 | NTRK3 | PARK7 | PDGFB | TXN | WNT5A
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2. Tobacco Smoke Pollution positive regulation of toxin transport Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in decreased positive regulation of toxin transport 1: Mus musculus Serum   1
3. Tobacco Smoke Pollution positive regulation of interleukin-8 secretion Carbocysteine | IL1B Carbocysteine inhibits the reaction [Tobacco Smoke Pollution promotes the reaction [IL1B protein affects positive regulation of interleukin-8 secretion]] 1: Homo sapiens Bronchi | Epithelial Cells | Cell Line
9 genes: CD14 | CD2 | F2R | F2RL1 | HYAL2 | NLRP10 | PYCARD | TLR2 | WNT5A
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4. Tobacco Smoke Pollution positive regulation of cytokine production involved in inflammatory response Glutathione Glutathione deficiency promotes the reaction [Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased positive regulation of cytokine production involved in inflammatory response] 1: Mus musculus Lung
5 genes: IL17A | MIR21 | MYD88 | TICAM1 | TLR4
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5. Tobacco Smoke Pollution histone H4-K16 acetylation CYP1A2 [Tobacco Smoke Pollution analog results in increased histone H4-K16 acetylation] which results in increased expression of CYP1A2 mRNA 1: Homo sapiens Lung | Cell Line, Tumor   1
6. Tobacco Smoke Pollution regulation of macrophage activation Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in decreased regulation of macrophage activation 1: Homo sapiens Placenta | Macrophages | Cells, Cultured
7 genes: CD74 | CD84 | MUC5B | MYO18A | RORA | SLC7A2 | SNCA
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7. Tobacco Smoke Pollution positive regulation of protein catabolic process resveratrol resveratrol inhibits the reaction [Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased positive regulation of protein catabolic process] 1: Sus scrofa Heart
25 genes: APC | CBLB | CDKN1B | CREBRF | DACT1 | GJA1 | GPC3 | GSK3B | IER3 | IGF1 | LRP1 | MYLIP | NDFIP1 | NEDD4L | OAZ2 | PLK2 | PPP2R3A | RILP | SORL1 | TIPARP | TNF | TNFAIP3 | TNFSF12 | VCP | WNT5A
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8. Tobacco Smoke Pollution positive regulation of flagellated sperm motility Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in decreased positive regulation of flagellated sperm motility 2: Homo sapiens | Mus musculus Spermatozoa 1 gene: TACR1 2
9. Tobacco Smoke Pollution xenobiotic metabolic process N-acetyl-S-(2-cyanoethyl)cysteine [Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased xenobiotic metabolic process] which results in increased abundance of N-acetyl-S-(2-cyanoethyl)cysteine 1: Rattus norvegicus Urine
37 genes: ACY1 | AHR | AHRR | AIP | AKR1C1 | AKR7A2 | ALDH3A1 | AOC3 | AOX1 | ARNT | ARNT2 | CBR3 | CES1 | CYP1A2 | CYP1B1 | CYP26B1 | CYP2B10 | CYP2C11 | CYP2E1 | EPHX2 | FMO2 | GGT1 | GSTA4 | GSTO2 | GSTP1 | HSP90AB1 | MGST1 | MGST3 | NAT1 | NQO1 | NQO2 | POR | PTGES3 | RORA | RORC | S100A9 | SULT1A1
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10. Tobacco Smoke Pollution hypersensitivity Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased hypersensitivity 1: Homo sapiens     1
11. Tobacco Smoke Pollution behavior Tobacco Smoke Pollution affects behavior 1: Homo sapiens Brain
2 genes: HTR1A | HTR2A
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12. Tobacco Smoke Pollution lipid oxidation Malondialdehyde [Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased lipid oxidation] which results in increased abundance of Malondialdehyde 1: Homo sapiens Urine 1 gene: PLA2G7 1
13. Tobacco Smoke Pollution reactive oxygen species metabolic process Tobacco Smoke Pollution analog results in increased reactive oxygen species metabolic process 1: Homo sapiens Dermis | Fibroblasts | Cells, Cultured
19 genes: BCL2 | CAT | CTGF | CYBA | DDIT4 | EPHX2 | MET | ND2 | NDUFS1 | NOX4 | P2RX7 | PDGFB | PDK4 | PMAIP1 | PREX1 | SESN2 | SFTPD | SOD1 | SOD2
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14. Tobacco Smoke Pollution negative regulation of organ growth Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased negative regulation of organ growth 1: Rattus norvegicus Uterus
4 genes: SLC6A4 | TCF7L2 | WWC1 | WWC3
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15. Tobacco Smoke Pollution regulation of innate immune response Tobacco Smoke Pollution affects regulation of innate immune response 1: Homo sapiens Lung | Epithelial Cells
8 genes: BIRC3 | DHX58 | DUSP10 | FCGR2B | IRF7 | MYO1F | TKFC | TNFAIP3
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16. Tobacco Smoke Pollution regulation of cellular senescence Tobacco Smoke Pollution affects regulation of cellular senescence 1: Homo sapiens Bronchi | Epithelial Cells | Cell Line
6 genes: ARNTL | NEK6 | NUAK1 | PNPT1 | RSL1D1 | TP53
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17. Tobacco Smoke Pollution negative regulation of phagocytosis Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased negative regulation of phagocytosis 1: Homo sapiens Placenta | Macrophages | Cells, Cultured
8 genes: ADIPOQ | CNN2 | FCGR2B | PRTN3 | SFTPD | SNX3 | TGFB1 | TLR2
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18. Tobacco Smoke Pollution gene expression Tobacco Smoke Pollution affects gene expression 1: Homo sapiens Blood
5 genes: FAS | IGF1 | NOX4 | NR4A2 | P2RX7
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19. Tobacco Smoke Pollution glutathione metabolic process Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased glutathione metabolic process 1: Homo sapiens Bronchi | Epithelial Cells | Cell Line
30 genes: ALDH5A1 | CTH | G6PD | GCLC | GCLM | GGT1 | GPX1 | GPX3 | GPX4 | GSR | GSTA1 | GSTA2 | GSTA3 | GSTA4 | GSTK1 | GSTM1 | GSTM5 | GSTO1 | GSTO2 | GSTP1 | GSTP2 | GSTT1 | GSTZ1 | HBB | IDH1 | MGST1 | MMACHC | SOD1 | SOD2 | TXNRD3
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20. Tobacco Smoke Pollution cell proliferation DDIT3 DDIT3 mutant form promotes the reaction [Tobacco Smoke Pollution analog results in decreased cell proliferation] 1: Homo sapiens Retina | Epithelial Cells | Cell Line
165 genes: ADRA1B | AKT1 | AR | AREG | AURKB | AXIN2 | BAD | BAK1 | BAX | BCAT1 | BCL2 | BCL2L1 | BMP4 | BRAT1 | BRCA2 | BST2 | CBFA2T3 | CD276 | CD5 | CD74 | CDC25A | CDK1 | CDK11B | CDK5R1 | CDV3 | CENPF | CFB | CITED2 | CKS1B | CKS2 | CLK1 | COPS2 | CREG1 | CSF1 | CSF1R | CTNNB1 | CXCL1 | CYP1A1 | DDIT4 | DLGAP5 | DNPH1 | ECD | EDNRA | EGFR | EHF | ELN | EMP2 | EREG | ERG | FAM83A | FBXL7 | FGF13 | FGF2 | FGF5 | FSCN1 | GAS6 | GH1 | GLI2 | GLUL | GNB1 | GPX1 | GSK3B | H3F3B | HDGFL3 | HGF | HHEX | HLCS | HMGA2 | HTR1A | IFI16 | IGF1 | IGFBP4 | IGSF8 | IL12B | IL18 | IL1A | IRS2 | ITGA2 | KIF2C | KITLG | KRT16 | LAMA5 | LIPA | LIPG | LRP1 | LY6E | LY86 | MAP2K1 | MAPRE1 | MAS1 | MDM4 | MELK | MET | MIA | MKI67 | MORF4L1 | MOV10L1 | MT3 | MVP | MXD1 | MYB | MYC | MYH10 | NANOG | NBN | NCF1 | NPY | NR6A1 | NRG1 | OSM | PA2G4 | PARK7 | PCNA | PELO | PICALM | PIM1 | PLK1 | PRDX1 | PRKDC | PRL | PTGES3 | PTPN6 | PURA | PURB | RAF1 | RAPGEF3 | RPL23A | RPS27 | RRN3 | SBDS | SDCBP2 | SKI | SLC29A2 | SMAD4 | SORL1 | SOX11 | SRRT | STAT3 | TACC2 | TACSTD2 | TBCK | TBX20 | TCF7L2 | TGFA | TGFB1 | TGFBI | TNF | TNFSF9 | TOP1 | TOP2A | TP53 | TP63 | TPX2 | TRAIP | TSPAN1 | TSPO | TXN | TXNRD1 | UBA1 | UCHL1 | UHRF1 | USPL1 | VEGFA | VTN | ZMYND11
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21. Tobacco Smoke Pollution positive regulation of cell migration Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased positive regulation of cell migration 1: Homo sapiens Colon | Cell Line, Tumor
112 genes: ACP5 | ACTN4 | ADRA2A | AIF1 | ALDOA | APC | AQP1 | ARHGEF39 | ATP8A1 | BMP2 | BMP4 | C3AR1 | CBLL1 | CCL11 | CCL24 | CCL26 | CCL3 | CCL5 | CCL7 | CCR1 | CD151 | CD274 | CDH13 | COL18A1 | COL1A1 | CPEB1 | CSF1 | CSF1R | CTSH | CX3CL1 | CXCL10 | CXCL12 | CXCL16 | CXCR4 | DDRGK1 | DRD1 | EDN1 | EGF | EGFR | F10 | F2R | F2RL1 | F3 | F7 | FERMT3 | FGFR1OP | FLT1 | FN1 | FOXF1 | GPNMB | GTSE1 | HAS2 | HBEGF | HGF | HSPA5 | IGF1 | IGF1R | IL1B | IRS1 | IRS2 | ITGA5 | ITGA6 | ITGAV | ITGB1 | KDR | LAMB1 | LAMC2 | MAP2K1 | MAPK1 | MAPK8 | MAPRE1 | MCAM | MIR1290 | MIR181A2 | MIR21 | MMP14 | MMP2 | MMP3 | MMP9 | MYO1F | NOTCH1 | NTRK3 | PDGFB | PDGFRA | PIK3CD | PLAU | PLD1 | PODXL | PREX1 | PRKCA | PTK2B | ROR2 | RRAS2 | SELENOK | SEMA4D | SMAD3 | SNAI1 | SNAI2 | SOD2 | SPHK1 | SYNE2 | TBX20 | TGFB1 | TGFBR1 | TGFBR2 | THBS1 | TNFAIP6 | TRIP6 | VEGFA | XBP1 | ZNF304 | ZNF703
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22. Tobacco Smoke Pollution positive regulation of cell death 3-benzyl-7-(2-benzoxazolyl)thio-1,2,3-triazolo(4,5-d)pyrimidine 3-benzyl-7-(2-benzoxazolyl)thio-1,2,3-triazolo(4,5-d)pyrimidine inhibits the reaction [Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased positive regulation of cell death] 1: Rattus norvegicus Aorta, Thoracic | Muscle, Smooth, Vascular | Myocytes, Smooth Muscle | Cells, Cultured
33 genes: ACOX2 | AKR1C3 | ALOX12 | APC | AXIN2 | BCL2L11 | BMP4 | CDKN1A | CDKN1B | CTGF | DKK1 | DUSP6 | EGR1 | EP300 | FAF1 | FAS | GZMB | HBA2 | HBB | HP | IL1B | KCNK2 | LPAR1 | LRP1 | MT3 | NKX3-1 | PHB | PTGS2 | RAMP3 | RHEB | TXNRD1 | UCP2 | ZC3H12A
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23. Tobacco Smoke Pollution positive regulation of blood vessel diameter Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in decreased positive regulation of blood vessel diameter 1: Homo sapiens Blood Vessels
20 genes: ADM | ADORA2B | ADRA2A | ADRB2 | AGT | ALOX12 | CALCA | CFTR | EGFR | EPHX2 | F2RL1 | GJA1 | HMOX1 | KAT2B | KDR | NOS1 | NOS3 | PLA2G6 | PTAFR | SIRT1
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24. Tobacco Smoke Pollution feeding behavior Tobacco Smoke Pollution affects feeding behavior 1: Homo sapiens Digestive System
8 genes: AGRP | BDNF | CALCA | DRD1 | MRAP2 | NPY | NTRK2 | STRA6
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25. Tobacco Smoke Pollution neutrophil migration Capsaicin | naringin naringin inhibits the reaction [[Tobacco Smoke Pollution co-treated with Capsaicin] results in increased neutrophil migration] 1: Cavia porcellus Trachea
4 genes: CD177 | CYBA | ITGB2 | MCOLN2
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26. Tobacco Smoke Pollution dopaminergic neuron differentiation Mecamylamine Mecamylamine promotes the reaction [Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased dopaminergic neuron differentiation] 1: Rattus norvegicus PC12 Cells
13 genes: ARNT2 | BDNF | CXCL12 | DMRTA2 | FOXA2 | HIF1A | ID3 | NR4A2 | PAX5 | REM2 | SFRP1 | VEGFA | WNT5A
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27. Tobacco Smoke Pollution positive regulation of autophagosome assembly chloroquine diphosphate chloroquine diphosphate inhibits the reaction [Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased positive regulation of autophagosome assembly] 1: Mus musculus Granulosa Cells
2 genes: BECN1 | RAB3GAP1
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28. Tobacco Smoke Pollution calcium-transporting ATPase activity Curcumin | Lipopolysaccharides Curcumin inhibits the reaction [[Lipopolysaccharides co-treated with Tobacco Smoke Pollution] results in decreased calcium-transporting ATPase activity] 1: Rattus norvegicus Muscle, Skeletal | Mitochondria
5 genes: ANXA5 | ATP13A4 | ATP2A1 | ATP2B4 | ATP2C1
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29. Tobacco Smoke Pollution vasodilation Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased vasodilation 1: Rattus norvegicus Pia Mater | Arterioles
17 genes: AGT | ALB | APOE | BBS2 | CALCA | CFTR | CPS1 | DRD1 | EDNRB | GCH1 | GPX1 | ITGA1 | MKKS | NOS1 | NOS3 | PDE5A | SOD2
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30. Tobacco Smoke Pollution lipopolysaccharide binding Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased lipopolysaccharide binding 1: Homo sapiens Monocytes | Cell Line, Tumor
15 genes: CD14 | CD59 | HAMP | HSPD1 | LBP | LTF | P2RX7 | PTAFR | SCARB1 | SELP | SFTPD | SPON2 | TLR2 | TLR4 | TREM2
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31. Tobacco Smoke Pollution regulation of gene silencing by miRNA Tobacco Smoke Pollution deficiency affects regulation of gene silencing by miRNA 1: Homo sapiens Leukocytes, Mononuclear
6 genes: H3F3B | HIST1H3B | HIST1H3D | HIST1H3F | HIST1H3H | HIST1H4A
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32. Tobacco Smoke Pollution positive regulation of histone H3-K4 trimethylation Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased positive regulation of histone H3-K4 trimethylation 1: Mus musculus Lung   1
33. Tobacco Smoke Pollution glutathione peroxidase activity Lipopolysaccharides [Lipopolysaccharides co-treated with Tobacco Smoke Pollution] results in decreased glutathione peroxidase activity 1: Rattus norvegicus Muscle, Skeletal | Mitochondria
13 genes: GPX1 | GPX2 | GPX3 | GPX4 | GSTA1 | GSTK1 | GSTP1 | GSTP2 | GSTT1 | GSTZ1 | MGST1 | MGST3 | PRDX6
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34. Tobacco Smoke Pollution positive regulation of neutrophil differentiation Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased positive regulation of neutrophil differentiation 1: Rattus norvegicus Blood   2
35. Tobacco Smoke Pollution activation of protein kinase B activity 2-(4-morpholinyl)-8-phenyl-4H-1-benzopyran-4-one 2-(4-morpholinyl)-8-phenyl-4H-1-benzopyran-4-one inhibits the reaction [Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased activation of protein kinase B activity] 1: Homo sapiens Bronchi | Epithelial Cells | Cell Line
14 genes: ADRA2A | AKT1 | CCDC88A | GAS6 | IGF1 | IL18 | MIR21 | MT3 | NRG1 | NTRK3 | PARK7 | PDGFB | TXN | WNT5A
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36. Tobacco Smoke Pollution histone H3-K4 trimethylation CYP1A2 [Tobacco Smoke Pollution analog results in increased histone H3-K4 trimethylation] which results in increased expression of CYP1A2 mRNA 1: Homo sapiens Lung | Cell Line, Tumor
4 genes: HIST1H1C | HIST1H1D | HIST1H1E | TET2
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37. Tobacco Smoke Pollution positive regulation of transcription from RNA polymerase II promoter by histone modification Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in decreased positive regulation of transcription from RNA polymerase II promoter by histone modification 1: Mus musculus Lung   1
38. Tobacco Smoke Pollution inflammatory response Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased inflammatory response 1: Sus scrofa  
164 genes: ACKR1 | ACOD1 | ADAM8 | ADGRE5 | ADORA1 | AFAP1L2 | AIF1 | AKT1 | ANXA1 | AOC3 | AXL | BDKRB1 | BLNK | BMP2 | BMP6 | BMPR1B | C3 | C3AR1 | C4B | C5AR1 | CALCA | CAMK1D | CASP4 | CCL11 | CCL12 | CCL19 | CCL2 | CCL24 | CCL3 | CCL4 | CCL5 | CCR1 | CCR2 | CCR5 | CD14 | CD40LG | CD44 | CD8A | CEBPB | CHI3L1 | CHIL3 | CHIL4 | CIITA | CLEC7A | CRP | CSF1 | CSF1R | CXCL3 | CXCL5 | CXCL6 | CXCL8 | CXCR2 | CXCR4 | CYBA | CYBB | CYP26B1 | ELF3 | EPHX2 | F11R | F2R | F2RL1 | FCGR2B | FOLR2 | FOS | GGT5 | GSDMD | HAVCR2 | HDAC4 | HDAC5 | HSPG2 | IFI16 | IGFBP4 | IKBKB | IKBKG | IL10 | IL10RB | IL13 | IL15 | IL17A | IL18 | IL1A | IL1B | IL1F9 | IL1RN | IL23R | IL34 | IL6 | IRAK2 | ITGAV | ITGB2 | KCNJ10 | KRT16 | LIPA | LY75 | LY86 | LY96 | LYZ | MAP2K3 | MAPK8 | MEFV | MGLL | MYD88 | NAIP2 | NAIP5 | NCF1 | NFAM1 | NFE2L2 | NFKB1 | NFKBID | NFKBIZ | NGF | NLRP10 | NLRP3 | NOS2 | NOX1 | NOX4 | NPPB | NTRK2 | OLR1 | ORM1 | P2RX7 | PARK7 | PARP4 | PIK3CD | PLA2G2D | PLA2G4C | PLA2G7 | PLAA | PPARG | PTAFR | PTGS2 | PTX3 | PYCARD | REG3G | RELA | S100A8 | S100A9 | SELP | SEMA7A | SERPINA1 | SERPINA3N | SGK1 | SLC11A1 | SPHK1 | SPP1 | STAT3 | TAC1 | TACR1 | TGFB1 | THBS1 | TICAM1 | TLR2 | TLR4 | TLR7 | TNF | TNFAIP3 | TNFAIP6 | TNFRSF1A | TOLLIP | TRPV1 | UHRF1 | VNN1 | XCR1 | ZC3H12A
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39. Tobacco Smoke Pollution inflammatory response Tobacco Smoke Pollution affects inflammatory response  
164 genes: ACKR1 | ACOD1 | ADAM8 | ADGRE5 | ADORA1 | AFAP1L2 | AIF1 | AKT1 | ANXA1 | AOC3 | AXL | BDKRB1 | BLNK | BMP2 | BMP6 | BMPR1B | C3 | C3AR1 | C4B | C5AR1 | CALCA | CAMK1D | CASP4 | CCL11 | CCL12 | CCL19 | CCL2 | CCL24 | CCL3 | CCL4 | CCL5 | CCR1 | CCR2 | CCR5 | CD14 | CD40LG | CD44 | CD8A | CEBPB | CHI3L1 | CHIL3 | CHIL4 | CIITA | CLEC7A | CRP | CSF1 | CSF1R | CXCL3 | CXCL5 | CXCL6 | CXCL8 | CXCR2 | CXCR4 | CYBA | CYBB | CYP26B1 | ELF3 | EPHX2 | F11R | F2R | F2RL1 | FCGR2B | FOLR2 | FOS | GGT5 | GSDMD | HAVCR2 | HDAC4 | HDAC5 | HSPG2 | IFI16 | IGFBP4 | IKBKB | IKBKG | IL10 | IL10RB | IL13 | IL15 | IL17A | IL18 | IL1A | IL1B | IL1F9 | IL1RN | IL23R | IL34 | IL6 | IRAK2 | ITGAV | ITGB2 | KCNJ10 | KRT16 | LIPA | LY75 | LY86 | LY96 | LYZ | MAP2K3 | MAPK8 | MEFV | MGLL | MYD88 | NAIP2 | NAIP5 | NCF1 | NFAM1 | NFE2L2 | NFKB1 | NFKBID | NFKBIZ | NGF | NLRP10 | NLRP3 | NOS2 | NOX1 | NOX4 | NPPB | NTRK2 | OLR1 | ORM1 | P2RX7 | PARK7 | PARP4 | PIK3CD | PLA2G2D | PLA2G4C | PLA2G7 | PLAA | PPARG | PTAFR | PTGS2 | PTX3 | PYCARD | REG3G | RELA | S100A8 | S100A9 | SELP | SEMA7A | SERPINA1 | SERPINA3N | SGK1 | SLC11A1 | SPHK1 | SPP1 | STAT3 | TAC1 | TACR1 | TGFB1 | THBS1 | TICAM1 | TLR2 | TLR4 | TLR7 | TNF | TNFAIP3 | TNFAIP6 | TNFRSF1A | TOLLIP | TRPV1 | UHRF1 | VNN1 | XCR1 | ZC3H12A
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40. Tobacco Smoke Pollution positive regulation of hyaluronan biosynthetic process Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased positive regulation of hyaluronan biosynthetic process 1: Mus musculus Bronchioles
5 genes: EGF | HAS2 | NFKB1 | PDGFB | PTGER4
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41. Tobacco Smoke Pollution inflammatory response Tobacco Smoke Pollution affects inflammatory response 1: Homo sapiens Leukocytes, Mononuclear
164 genes: ACKR1 | ACOD1 | ADAM8 | ADGRE5 | ADORA1 | AFAP1L2 | AIF1 | AKT1 | ANXA1 | AOC3 | AXL | BDKRB1 | BLNK | BMP2 | BMP6 | BMPR1B | C3 | C3AR1 | C4B | C5AR1 | CALCA | CAMK1D | CASP4 | CCL11 | CCL12 | CCL19 | CCL2 | CCL24 | CCL3 | CCL4 | CCL5 | CCR1 | CCR2 | CCR5 | CD14 | CD40LG | CD44 | CD8A | CEBPB | CHI3L1 | CHIL3 | CHIL4 | CIITA | CLEC7A | CRP | CSF1 | CSF1R | CXCL3 | CXCL5 | CXCL6 | CXCL8 | CXCR2 | CXCR4 | CYBA | CYBB | CYP26B1 | ELF3 | EPHX2 | F11R | F2R | F2RL1 | FCGR2B | FOLR2 | FOS | GGT5 | GSDMD | HAVCR2 | HDAC4 | HDAC5 | HSPG2 | IFI16 | IGFBP4 | IKBKB | IKBKG | IL10 | IL10RB | IL13 | IL15 | IL17A | IL18 | IL1A | IL1B | IL1F9 | IL1RN | IL23R | IL34 | IL6 | IRAK2 | ITGAV | ITGB2 | KCNJ10 | KRT16 | LIPA | LY75 | LY86 | LY96 | LYZ | MAP2K3 | MAPK8 | MEFV | MGLL | MYD88 | NAIP2 | NAIP5 | NCF1 | NFAM1 | NFE2L2 | NFKB1 | NFKBID | NFKBIZ | NGF | NLRP10 | NLRP3 | NOS2 | NOX1 | NOX4 | NPPB | NTRK2 | OLR1 | ORM1 | P2RX7 | PARK7 | PARP4 | PIK3CD | PLA2G2D | PLA2G4C | PLA2G7 | PLAA | PPARG | PTAFR | PTGS2 | PTX3 | PYCARD | REG3G | RELA | S100A8 | S100A9 | SELP | SEMA7A | SERPINA1 | SERPINA3N | SGK1 | SLC11A1 | SPHK1 | SPP1 | STAT3 | TAC1 | TACR1 | TGFB1 | THBS1 | TICAM1 | TLR2 | TLR4 | TLR7 | TNF | TNFAIP3 | TNFAIP6 | TNFRSF1A | TOLLIP | TRPV1 | UHRF1 | VNN1 | XCR1 | ZC3H12A
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42. Tobacco Smoke Pollution leukocyte migration involved in inflammatory response Lipopolysaccharides [Lipopolysaccharides co-treated with Tobacco Smoke Pollution] results in increased leukocyte migration involved in inflammatory response 1: Rattus norvegicus Lung
11 genes: ADAM8 | AOC3 | CCL2 | CD24 | CX3CL1 | ITGAM | ITGB2 | JAM3 | PPBP | S100A8 | S100A9
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43. Tobacco Smoke Pollution xenobiotic metabolic process Menthol [[Tobacco Smoke Pollution co-treated with Menthol] results in increased xenobiotic metabolic process] which results in increased abundance of Menthol 1: Rattus norvegicus Plasma
37 genes: ACY1 | AHR | AHRR | AIP | AKR1C1 | AKR7A2 | ALDH3A1 | AOC3 | AOX1 | ARNT | ARNT2 | CBR3 | CES1 | CYP1A2 | CYP1B1 | CYP26B1 | CYP2B10 | CYP2C11 | CYP2E1 | EPHX2 | FMO2 | GGT1 | GSTA4 | GSTO2 | GSTP1 | HSP90AB1 | MGST1 | MGST3 | NAT1 | NQO1 | NQO2 | POR | PTGES3 | RORA | RORC | S100A9 | SULT1A1
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44. Tobacco Smoke Pollution regulation of innate immune response Carbocysteine Carbocysteine affects the reaction [Tobacco Smoke Pollution affects regulation of innate immune response] 1: Homo sapiens Bronchi | Epithelial Cells | Cell Line
8 genes: BIRC3 | DHX58 | DUSP10 | FCGR2B | IRF7 | MYO1F | TKFC | TNFAIP3
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45. Tobacco Smoke Pollution positive regulation of inflammatory response Tobacco Smoke Pollution affects positive regulation of inflammatory response 1: Homo sapiens Nasal Septum | Epithelial Cells | Cell Line
44 genes: ADAM8 | AGT | CCL24 | CCL3 | CCR2 | CCR5 | CLOCK | CTSS | CX3CL1 | EDNRA | EGFR | HSPD1 | HYAL2 | IL12B | IL15 | IL18 | IL1RL1 | IL33 | ITGA2 | LDLR | LPL | MAPK13 | MIR21 | MIR22 | NAPEPLD | NFKBIA | NLRP10 | NLRP12 | PDCD4 | PDE2A | PLA2G7 | PRKCA | PTGER4 | S100A8 | S100A9 | SERPINE1 | SNCA | TGM2 | TLR2 | TLR4 | TLR7 | TNF | TNFRSF1A | WNT5A
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46. Tobacco Smoke Pollution membrane lipid catabolic process Vitamin E Vitamin E inhibits the reaction [Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased membrane lipid catabolic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Plasma 1 gene: CYP1B1 1
47. Tobacco Smoke Pollution positive regulation of cellular response to oxidative stress Tobacco Smoke Pollution affects positive regulation of cellular response to oxidative stress 1: Homo sapiens Aorta | Endothelial Cells | Cells, Cultured   1
48. Tobacco Smoke Pollution regulation of respiratory gaseous exchange Tobacco Smoke Pollution affects regulation of respiratory gaseous exchange 1: Homo sapiens Lung
2 genes: NR4A2 | SLC5A3
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49. Tobacco Smoke Pollution xenobiotic transport Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased xenobiotic transport 1: Danio rerio Head
4 genes: ABCB1 | ABCB1B | ABCG2 | SLC2A1
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50. Tobacco Smoke Pollution xenobiotic metabolic process 2-naphthol [Tobacco Smoke Pollution results in increased xenobiotic metabolic process] which results in increased abundance of 2-naphthol 1: Homo sapiens Urine
37 genes: ACY1 | AHR | AHRR | AIP | AKR1C1 | AKR7A2 | ALDH3A1 | AOC3 | AOX1 | ARNT | ARNT2 | CBR3 | CES1 | CYP1A2 | CYP1B1 | CYP26B1 | CYP2B10 | CYP2C11 | CYP2E1 | EPHX2 | FMO2 | GGT1 | GSTA4 | GSTO2 | GSTP1 | HSP90AB1 | MGST1 | MGST3 | NAT1 | NQO1 | NQO2 | POR | PTGES3 | RORA | RORC | S100A9 | SULT1A1
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