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Gene Ontology Proteins

We are manually annotating proteins thought or known to play a role in cardiovascular systems through the application of Gene Ontology (GO) terms. Information about the annotation process can be found here.

Current GO annotation projects:

Previous GO annotation projects:

  • Apoptosis (Ruth)
  • Heart development (Varsha, Ruth)
  • Insulin signaling (Ruth)
  • Lipid metabolism (Ruth)
  • Transcription factors associated with heart development (Varsha)
  • Heart jogging (Varsha)
  • BMP regulated SMAD signalling pathway (Varsha)
  • Inhibitory SMAD signalling pathway
    (Varsha)
  • Growth factor regulated SMAD signalling pathway (Varsha)
  • TGF-beta regulated SMAD signalling pathway (Varsha)
  • Cholesterol esterification (Ruth)
  • Foam cell differentiation (Ruth)
  • Inositol 1,4,5-triphosphate-sensitive calcium-release channel pathway (Varsha)
  • Growth hormone release pathway (Varsha)
  • Reverse cholesterol transport (Ruth)
  • Ryanodine-sensitive calcium-release channel activity (Varsha)
  • Telomere maintenance (Ruth)
  • Transcriptional regulation by TCF7L2 (Ruth)
  • Vitamin D metabolism (Varsha)
  • Lipid trait risk associated genes (Ruth)

Page last modified on 27 mar 14 08:22



The work of the Cardiovascular Gene Annotation group is supported by British Heart Foundation grant RG/13/5/30112. The work of the Neurological Gene Annotation group is supported by Parkinson's UK grant G-1307.