Transforming Growth Factor Beta Production Pathway Bioinformatics
Transforming growth factor beta (TGF-beta) is a protein that helps control functions in cells such as differentiation and proliferation. It works as an anti-proliferative factor during early stages of oncogenesis in epithelial cells. Abnormal amounts of TGF-beta can lead to the progression of some diseases and disorders including cancer, heart disease, and Parkinson’s disease. TGF-beta can be produced and secreted by various cells including macrophages when they are in a latent form and bound to certain proteins including CD68. Other factors that have been shown to play roles in the production of TGF-beta include peripheral blood mononuclear cells and T lymphocytes when the body is affected by a condition such as Q fever endocarditis.
Transforming Growth Factor Beta Production Bioinformatics Tool
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