Signaling Pathways

Signaling pathways are the means by which important internal cellular communication occurs. These signal transduction pathways are responsible for regulating critical cellular processes, such as autophagy, apoptosis, transcription, cell cycle progression and proliferation. In an effort to provide clarity and further customers’ understanding, Novus has illustrated a number of select signaling pathways.

MAPK/ERK Pathway
MAPK/ERK Pathway
p38 MAPK Pathway
p38 MAPK Pathway
JNK Pathway
JNK Pathway
TGF Beta
TGF Beta Pathway
NFkB Pathway
NFkB Pathway


AKT Pathway
AKT Pathway
Apoptosis Pathway
Apoptosis Pathway
Autophagy Pathway
Autophagy Pathway
necroptosis Pathway
Necroptosis Pathway
Insulin Pathway
TLR Pathway


Hedgehog Pathway
Hedgehog Pathway
Hippo Pathway
Hippo Pathway
Insulin Pathway
Insulin Pathway
WNT Pathway
WNT Pathway


You may further explore the relationships between any gene, pathway or disease using our Novus Laverne tool.