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Chemical Phosphoramides

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1. 4-hydroxycyclophosphamide apoptotic process 4-hydroxycyclophosphamide results in increased apoptotic process 1: Rattus norvegicus Ovarian Follicle 1 gene: MAPK14 1
2. 4-hydroxycyclophosphamide apoptotic process afimoxifene afimoxifene inhibits the reaction [4-hydroxycyclophosphamide results in increased apoptotic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Ovarian Follicle 1 gene: MAPK14 1
3. 4-hydroxyperoxycyclophosphamide apoptotic process NAc-Sar-Gly-Val-(d-allo-Ile)-Thr-Nva-Ile-Arg-ProNEt 4-hydroxyperoxycyclophosphamide promotes the reaction [NAc-Sar-Gly-Val-(d-allo-Ile)-Thr-Nva-Ile-Arg-ProNEt results in increased apoptotic process] 1: Homo sapiens Endothelial Cells   1
4. acephate mineralocorticoid receptor activity Aldosterone acephate inhibits the reaction [Aldosterone results in increased mineralocorticoid receptor activity] 1: Homo sapiens Muscle, Smooth, Vascular | Cells, Cultured 1 gene: NR3C2 1
5. acephate mineralocorticoid receptor signaling pathway Aldosterone acephate inhibits the reaction [Aldosterone results in increased mineralocorticoid receptor signaling pathway] 1: Homo sapiens Muscle, Smooth, Vascular | Cells, Cultured 1 gene: NR3C2 1
6. acephate triglyceride biosynthetic process acephate results in increased triglyceride biosynthetic process 1: Rattus norvegicus Plasma   1
7. acephate gluconeogenesis acephate results in increased gluconeogenesis 1: Rattus norvegicus Plasma
2 genes: G6PC | TAT
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8. acephate cognition acephate results in decreased cognition 1: Homo sapiens     1
9. acephate gluconeogenesis diphenyldiselenide diphenyldiselenide inhibits the reaction [acephate results in increased gluconeogenesis] 1: Rattus norvegicus Plasma
2 genes: G6PC | TAT
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10. acephate triglyceride biosynthetic process diphenyldiselenide diphenyldiselenide inhibits the reaction [acephate results in increased triglyceride biosynthetic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Plasma   1
11. acephate negative regulation of cell proliferation Aldosterone acephate inhibits the reaction [Aldosterone results in increased negative regulation of cell proliferation] 1: Homo sapiens Liver | Cell Line, Tumor   1
12. beta-D-glucosylisophosphoramide mustard apoptotic process beta-D-glucosylisophosphoramide mustard results in increased apoptotic process 1: Homo sapiens Pancreas | Cell Line, Tumor   1
13. beta-D-glucosylisophosphoramide mustard apoptotic DNA fragmentation beta-D-glucosylisophosphoramide mustard results in increased apoptotic DNA fragmentation 1: Homo sapiens Pancreas | Cell Line, Tumor   1
14. beta-D-glucosylisophosphoramide mustard cell proliferation beta-D-glucosylisophosphoramide mustard results in decreased cell proliferation 1: Homo sapiens Pancreas | Cell Line, Tumor   1
15. CISCA protocol apoptotic process Amifostine Amifostine inhibits the reaction [CISCA protocol results in increased apoptotic process] 1: Homo sapiens Blood | Lymphocytes   1
16. CISCA protocol apoptotic process CISCA protocol results in increased apoptotic process 1: Homo sapiens Blood | Lymphocytes   1
17. CISCA protocol apoptotic DNA fragmentation CISCA protocol results in increased apoptotic DNA fragmentation 1: Homo sapiens Blood | Lymphocytes   1
18. Cyclophosphamide positive regulation of apoptotic DNA fragmentation Plant Extracts Plant Extracts inhibits the reaction [Cyclophosphamide results in increased positive regulation of apoptotic DNA fragmentation] 1: Rattus norvegicus Testis
2 genes: BAX | IGFBP3
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19. Cyclophosphamide positive regulation of cell death NFE2L2 NFE2L2 gene mutant form promotes the reaction [Cyclophosphamide results in increased positive regulation of cell death] 1: Mus musculus Leukocytes, Mononuclear
9 genes: CDKN1A | CDKN1B | CRH | EGR1 | FAS | GZMB | IL1B | PTGS2 | TXNRD1
1
20. Cyclophosphamide cell cycle Cyclophosphamide affects cell cycle 1: Cricetulus griseus Lung | Fibroblasts | Cell Line
33 genes: AURKB | BECN1 | BUB3 | CCNA2 | CCND2 | CCND3 | CDC20 | CDK2 | CDKN1A | CDKN1B | CDKN1C | CDKN2D | DDIT3 | E2F3 | EPB41L2 | GADD45A | GAS2 | MAPK1 | MAPK3 | MAPK7 | MCM5 | MELK | MLH1 | MSH2 | NASP | PARD3 | PTP4A1 | RAD50 | RPS3 | TP53 | TRP53 | USP44 | ZFP385A
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21. Cyclophosphamide behavioral response to chemical pain Cyclophosphamide results in increased behavioral response to chemical pain 1: Mus musculus Urinary Bladder   1
22. Cyclophosphamide apoptotic process Cyclophosphamide results in increased apoptotic process 1: Homo sapiens Prostate | Cell Line, Tumor
75 genes: AKT1 | BAD | BAG1 | BAX | BCL2 | BCL2L1 | BCL2L2 | BECN1 | BIK | BIRC3 | CASP1 | CASP3 | CASP8 | CASP9 | CD14 | CD2 | CD27 | CHAC1 | CTSH | CXCR4 | DDIT3 | DDIT4 | DLC1 | EPO | ERBB4 | ERCC2 | FAS | FASLG | GADD45A | GAS2 | GJA1 | GPX1 | GZMA | GZMB | HMOX1 | IER3 | IFIT2 | IFNG | IGFBP3 | IL17A | IL1A | IL1B | LCK | LCN2 | LGALS1 | LGALS7 | LMNB1 | LTBR | MAPK1 | MAPK14 | MAPK3 | MAPT | MELK | NAIP | NGFR | PARP1 | PDCD4 | PHLDA2 | PURA | RNF216 | RPS3 | RRAGA | SGK1 | STK4 | TGFBR2 | TNF | TNFAIP3 | TNFRSF18 | TNFSF9 | TP53 | TRIB3 | TRP53 | XAF1 | ZFP36L1 | ZFP385A
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23. Cyclophosphamide cell proliferation Cyclophosphamide results in decreased cell proliferation 1: Rattus norvegicus Embryonic Structures
54 genes: ACE | AKT1 | AURKB | BAD | BAX | BCL2 | BCL2L1 | CD5 | CD74 | CFB | CHRM5 | CITED2 | CSF1 | CXCL1 | CYP1A1 | DDIT4 | EGFR | EMP1 | EPO | ERBB2 | ERBB4 | ERCC1 | ERCC2 | ERG | FSCN1 | GDNF | GPX1 | IGFBP4 | IL12A | IL12B | IL15RA | IL18 | IL1A | KDM1A | MELK | MIF | MYH10 | NASP | NRG1 | OSM | PCNA | PTGES3 | PURA | REG3A | STAT3 | TGFB1 | TGFB2 | TNF | TNFSF9 | TOP2A | TP53 | TXNRD1 | VEGFA | ZFP36L1
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24. Cyclophosphamide glutathione peroxidase activity Rutin Rutin inhibits the reaction [Cyclophosphamide results in decreased glutathione peroxidase activity] 1: Rattus norvegicus Liver
8 genes: GPX1 | GPX3 | GPX4 | GSTA1 | GSTM2 | GSTP1 | GSTP2 | MGST1
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25. Cyclophosphamide L-alanine catabolic process, by transamination Cyclophosphamide affects L-alanine catabolic process, by transamination 1: Mus musculus Serum   1
26. Cyclophosphamide apoptotic process FAS | NAc-Sar-Gly-Val-(d-allo-Ile)-Thr-Nva-Ile-Arg-ProNEt [Cyclophosphamide promotes the reaction [NAc-Sar-Gly-Val-(d-allo-Ile)-Thr-Nva-Ile-Arg-ProNEt results in increased apoptotic process]] which results in increased expression of FAS 1: Homo sapiens  
75 genes: AKT1 | BAD | BAG1 | BAX | BCL2 | BCL2L1 | BCL2L2 | BECN1 | BIK | BIRC3 | CASP1 | CASP3 | CASP8 | CASP9 | CD14 | CD2 | CD27 | CHAC1 | CTSH | CXCR4 | DDIT3 | DDIT4 | DLC1 | EPO | ERBB4 | ERCC2 | FAS | FASLG | GADD45A | GAS2 | GJA1 | GPX1 | GZMA | GZMB | HMOX1 | IER3 | IFIT2 | IFNG | IGFBP3 | IL17A | IL1A | IL1B | LCK | LCN2 | LGALS1 | LGALS7 | LMNB1 | LTBR | MAPK1 | MAPK14 | MAPK3 | MAPT | MELK | NAIP | NGFR | PARP1 | PDCD4 | PHLDA2 | PURA | RNF216 | RPS3 | RRAGA | SGK1 | STK4 | TGFBR2 | TNF | TNFAIP3 | TNFRSF18 | TNFSF9 | TP53 | TRIB3 | TRP53 | XAF1 | ZFP36L1 | ZFP385A
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27. Cyclophosphamide apoptotic process FAS | NAc-Sar-Gly-Val-(d-allo-Ile)-Thr-Nva-Ile-Arg-ProNEt FAS affects the reaction [Cyclophosphamide promotes the reaction [NAc-Sar-Gly-Val-(d-allo-Ile)-Thr-Nva-Ile-Arg-ProNEt results in increased apoptotic process]] 1: Mus musculus Endothelial Cells
75 genes: AKT1 | BAD | BAG1 | BAX | BCL2 | BCL2L1 | BCL2L2 | BECN1 | BIK | BIRC3 | CASP1 | CASP3 | CASP8 | CASP9 | CD14 | CD2 | CD27 | CHAC1 | CTSH | CXCR4 | DDIT3 | DDIT4 | DLC1 | EPO | ERBB4 | ERCC2 | FAS | FASLG | GADD45A | GAS2 | GJA1 | GPX1 | GZMA | GZMB | HMOX1 | IER3 | IFIT2 | IFNG | IGFBP3 | IL17A | IL1A | IL1B | LCK | LCN2 | LGALS1 | LGALS7 | LMNB1 | LTBR | MAPK1 | MAPK14 | MAPK3 | MAPT | MELK | NAIP | NGFR | PARP1 | PDCD4 | PHLDA2 | PURA | RNF216 | RPS3 | RRAGA | SGK1 | STK4 | TGFBR2 | TNF | TNFAIP3 | TNFRSF18 | TNFSF9 | TP53 | TRIB3 | TRP53 | XAF1 | ZFP36L1 | ZFP385A
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28. Cyclophosphamide sensory perception of pain 3-cyanoalanine | CACNA1H | Zinc 3-cyanoalanine inhibits the reaction [CACNA1H protein affects the reaction [Zinc deficiency promotes the reaction [Cyclophosphamide results in increased sensory perception of pain]]] 1: Mus musculus Urinary Bladder
23 genes: ACE | ADCYAP1 | BDKRB1 | BDKRB2 | CACNA1H | CRHR2 | EDN1 | EDNRB | IL12B | IL1RN | MAPK1 | MAPK3 | NGF | NGFR | NTRK1 | P2RY2 | PTGES3 | PTGS1 | PTGS2 | TAC1 | TACR1 | TRPA1 | TRPV1
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29. Cyclophosphamide behavioral response to chemical pain 3-cyanoalanine | CACNA1H | Zinc 3-cyanoalanine inhibits the reaction [CACNA1H protein affects the reaction [Zinc deficiency promotes the reaction [Cyclophosphamide results in increased behavioral response to chemical pain]]] 1: Mus musculus Urinary Bladder   1
30. Cyclophosphamide lipid oxidation Cyclophosphamide results in increased lipid oxidation 1: Mus musculus Liver   1
31. Cyclophosphamide sensory perception of pain Zinc Zinc deficiency promotes the reaction [Cyclophosphamide results in increased sensory perception of pain] 1: Mus musculus Urinary Bladder
23 genes: ACE | ADCYAP1 | BDKRB1 | BDKRB2 | CACNA1H | CRHR2 | EDN1 | EDNRB | IL12B | IL1RN | MAPK1 | MAPK3 | NGF | NGFR | NTRK1 | P2RY2 | PTGES3 | PTGS1 | PTGS2 | TAC1 | TACR1 | TRPA1 | TRPV1
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32. Cyclophosphamide apoptotic process FAS [Cyclophosphamide results in increased apoptotic process] which results in increased expression of FAS 1: Homo sapiens Prostate | Cell Line, Tumor
75 genes: AKT1 | BAD | BAG1 | BAX | BCL2 | BCL2L1 | BCL2L2 | BECN1 | BIK | BIRC3 | CASP1 | CASP3 | CASP8 | CASP9 | CD14 | CD2 | CD27 | CHAC1 | CTSH | CXCR4 | DDIT3 | DDIT4 | DLC1 | EPO | ERBB4 | ERCC2 | FAS | FASLG | GADD45A | GAS2 | GJA1 | GPX1 | GZMA | GZMB | HMOX1 | IER3 | IFIT2 | IFNG | IGFBP3 | IL17A | IL1A | IL1B | LCK | LCN2 | LGALS1 | LGALS7 | LMNB1 | LTBR | MAPK1 | MAPK14 | MAPK3 | MAPT | MELK | NAIP | NGFR | PARP1 | PDCD4 | PHLDA2 | PURA | RNF216 | RPS3 | RRAGA | SGK1 | STK4 | TGFBR2 | TNF | TNFAIP3 | TNFRSF18 | TNFSF9 | TP53 | TRIB3 | TRP53 | XAF1 | ZFP36L1 | ZFP385A
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33. Cyclophosphamide lipid oxidation Plant Extracts Plant Extracts inhibits the reaction [Cyclophosphamide results in increased lipid oxidation] 1: Rattus norvegicus Testis   1
34. Cyclophosphamide positive regulation of leukocyte proliferation Cyclophosphamide results in decreased positive regulation of leukocyte proliferation 1: Mus musculus Blood   1
35. Cyclophosphamide response to oxidative stress Cyclophosphamide results in increased response to oxidative stress 1: Rattus norvegicus Urinary Bladder
39 genes: ABCC1 | AKT1 | ALAD | ALDH1A1 | APOE | BCL2 | BCL2L1 | BTG1 | BTG3 | CAT | DDIT3 | EGFR | ERCC1 | ERCC2 | GCLC | GPX1 | GPX3 | GPX4 | GSR | HMOX1 | HMOX2 | LCN2 | MPO | NDUFS2 | NQO1 | OGG1 | PCNA | PTGS1 | PTGS2 | RBPMS | RPS3 | RRM2B | SLC7A11 | SOD1 | SOD2 | TAT | TP53 | TRP53 | TXNRD1
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36. Cyclophosphamide cell differentiation Melatonin [Cyclophosphamide co-treated with Melatonin] results in increased cell differentiation 1: Rattus norvegicus Urothelium
45 genes: ADAM24 | ADCYAP1R1 | AKT1 | ANGPT1 | AXL | CCIN | CDC20 | CDH2 | CEBPB | CHD5 | CITED2 | CLIC4 | CREB1 | CREM | CSF1 | DZIP1 | EDA2R | FHL1 | GAP43 | HIF1A | HSPA2 | IFRD1 | KDR | KLF4 | MAPK7 | METRN | NGFR | NME1 | NR2C2 | NRP1 | NRP2 | NTRK1 | NTRK2 | PARD3 | PURA | SLIT1 | SPP1 | SUN1 | TGFBR2 | TP53 | TYMP | VEGFA | ZFP219 | ZHX3 | ZIC1
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37. Cyclophosphamide positive regulation of neutrophil mediated killing of bacterium CSF3 | tamibarotene CSF3 protein inhibits the reaction [tamibarotene inhibits the reaction [Cyclophosphamide results in decreased positive regulation of neutrophil mediated killing of bacterium]] 1: Mus musculus Spleen   1
38. Cyclophosphamide positive regulation of neutrophil extravasation Anthocyanins Anthocyanins inhibits the reaction [Cyclophosphamide results in increased positive regulation of neutrophil extravasation] 1: Rattus norvegicus Lung
2 genes: IL1A | PTGER4
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39. Cyclophosphamide membrane lipid catabolic process Cyclophosphamide results in increased membrane lipid catabolic process 1: Mus musculus Tumor Cells, Cultured 1 gene: CYP1B1 1
40. Cyclophosphamide lipid oxidation Cyclophosphamide results in increased lipid oxidation 1: Rattus norvegicus Lung   1
41. Cyclophosphamide apoptotic process cetrorelix cetrorelix inhibits the reaction [Cyclophosphamide results in increased apoptotic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Granulosa Cells
75 genes: AKT1 | BAD | BAG1 | BAX | BCL2 | BCL2L1 | BCL2L2 | BECN1 | BIK | BIRC3 | CASP1 | CASP3 | CASP8 | CASP9 | CD14 | CD2 | CD27 | CHAC1 | CTSH | CXCR4 | DDIT3 | DDIT4 | DLC1 | EPO | ERBB4 | ERCC2 | FAS | FASLG | GADD45A | GAS2 | GJA1 | GPX1 | GZMA | GZMB | HMOX1 | IER3 | IFIT2 | IFNG | IGFBP3 | IL17A | IL1A | IL1B | LCK | LCN2 | LGALS1 | LGALS7 | LMNB1 | LTBR | MAPK1 | MAPK14 | MAPK3 | MAPT | MELK | NAIP | NGFR | PARP1 | PDCD4 | PHLDA2 | PURA | RNF216 | RPS3 | RRAGA | SGK1 | STK4 | TGFBR2 | TNF | TNFAIP3 | TNFRSF18 | TNFSF9 | TP53 | TRIB3 | TRP53 | XAF1 | ZFP36L1 | ZFP385A
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42. Cyclophosphamide apoptotic process CYP2B6 [CYP2B6 protein results in increased activity of Cyclophosphamide] which results in increased apoptotic process 1: Rattus norvegicus Neuroglia | Cell Line, Tumor
75 genes: AKT1 | BAD | BAG1 | BAX | BCL2 | BCL2L1 | BCL2L2 | BECN1 | BIK | BIRC3 | CASP1 | CASP3 | CASP8 | CASP9 | CD14 | CD2 | CD27 | CHAC1 | CTSH | CXCR4 | DDIT3 | DDIT4 | DLC1 | EPO | ERBB4 | ERCC2 | FAS | FASLG | GADD45A | GAS2 | GJA1 | GPX1 | GZMA | GZMB | HMOX1 | IER3 | IFIT2 | IFNG | IGFBP3 | IL17A | IL1A | IL1B | LCK | LCN2 | LGALS1 | LGALS7 | LMNB1 | LTBR | MAPK1 | MAPK14 | MAPK3 | MAPT | MELK | NAIP | NGFR | PARP1 | PDCD4 | PHLDA2 | PURA | RNF216 | RPS3 | RRAGA | SGK1 | STK4 | TGFBR2 | TNF | TNFAIP3 | TNFRSF18 | TNFSF9 | TP53 | TRIB3 | TRP53 | XAF1 | ZFP36L1 | ZFP385A
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43. Cyclophosphamide positive regulation of apoptotic DNA fragmentation Cyclophosphamide results in increased positive regulation of apoptotic DNA fragmentation 1: Mus musculus Liver
2 genes: BAX | IGFBP3
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44. Cyclophosphamide spermatogenesis Cyclophosphamide affects spermatogenesis 1: Rattus norvegicus Germ Cells
40 genes: ACE | ADAM24 | ADCYAP1R1 | APOB | AXL | BAD | BAX | BCL2L1 | BCL2L2 | BCL6 | BIK | BIRC3 | BTG1 | CALR | CCIN | CCND2 | CHD5 | CREM | CTSH | CTSL | DZIP1 | ERCC1 | FAS | FSHB | GAMT | GPX4 | GSR | HPRT1 | HSPA2 | IL1A | LHB | MIF | MLH1 | MSH2 | NR2C2 | PLAU | RARA | SOD1 | SUN1 | TP53
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45. Cyclophosphamide glutathione biosynthetic process Rutin Rutin inhibits the reaction [Cyclophosphamide results in decreased glutathione biosynthetic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Liver
2 genes: CHAC1 | GCLC
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46. Cyclophosphamide glutathione transferase activity Cyclophosphamide results in increased glutathione transferase activity 1: Homo sapiens Liver
6 genes: GSTA1 | GSTM1 | GSTM2 | GSTP1 | GSTP2 | MGST1
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47. Cyclophosphamide positive regulation of apoptotic process Cyclophosphamide metabolite results in increased positive regulation of apoptotic process 1: Homo sapiens T-Lymphocytes | Cell Line, Tumor
58 genes: ACE | ADM | AKT1 | ALDH1A1 | ARHGEF26 | BAD | BAX | BCL2L1 | BCL6 | BIK | CASP1 | CASP3 | CASP8 | CASP9 | CREB1 | CYP1B1 | DDIT3 | ERBB4 | ESR2 | FAS | FASLG | GADD45A | GAL | GZMA | HIF1A | HMOX1 | HSPD1 | IFIT2 | IFNG | IGFBP3 | IL18 | IL1B | IL6 | MAPK8 | MAPK9 | MELK | NGF | NGFR | NOS2 | NOS3 | PDIA3 | PLA2G4A | PPARG | PTGS2 | RARG | RELA | RPS6KA2 | SOD1 | STK4 | TGFB1 | TGFB2 | TNF | TOP2A | TP53 | TRP53 | TRPV1 | UBD | ZFP622
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48. Cyclophosphamide behavioral response to chemical pain CACNA1H | Zinc CACNA1H protein affects the reaction [Zinc deficiency promotes the reaction [Cyclophosphamide results in increased behavioral response to chemical pain]] 1: Mus musculus Urinary Bladder   1
49. Cyclophosphamide spermatid development Cyclophosphamide affects spermatid development 1: Rattus norvegicus Testis
4 genes: BBS4 | BTG1 | HSPA2 | TCP1
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50. Cyclophosphamide apoptotic process Cyclophosphamide results in increased apoptotic process 1: Rattus norvegicus Liver
75 genes: AKT1 | BAD | BAG1 | BAX | BCL2 | BCL2L1 | BCL2L2 | BECN1 | BIK | BIRC3 | CASP1 | CASP3 | CASP8 | CASP9 | CD14 | CD2 | CD27 | CHAC1 | CTSH | CXCR4 | DDIT3 | DDIT4 | DLC1 | EPO | ERBB4 | ERCC2 | FAS | FASLG | GADD45A | GAS2 | GJA1 | GPX1 | GZMA | GZMB | HMOX1 | IER3 | IFIT2 | IFNG | IGFBP3 | IL17A | IL1A | IL1B | LCK | LCN2 | LGALS1 | LGALS7 | LMNB1 | LTBR | MAPK1 | MAPK14 | MAPK3 | MAPT | MELK | NAIP | NGFR | PARP1 | PDCD4 | PHLDA2 | PURA | RNF216 | RPS3 | RRAGA | SGK1 | STK4 | TGFBR2 | TNF | TNFAIP3 | TNFRSF18 | TNFSF9 | TP53 | TRIB3 | TRP53 | XAF1 | ZFP36L1 | ZFP385A
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