Hepatocyte Growth Factor Production Pathway Bioinformatics
Hepatocyte growth factors (HGFs) participate in a variety of functions including cell motility and growth as well as morphogenesis, which allow the factors to play a role in tumorogenesis, angiogenesis, and tissue regeneration. HGFs act as multi-functional cytokines on epithelial cells. They are secreted in an inactive form by mesenchymal cells and must be cleaved and contain a disulfide bond in order to reach the active form. There are a number of different factors for initiating the production of HGFs, and some include monocytes following an acute myocardial infarction as well as tumor-infiltrating neutrophils in adenocarcinoma.
Hepatocyte Growth Factor Production Bioinformatics Tool
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