Transforming Growth Factor Beta1 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, autoimmune diseases, and Parkinson’s disease. TGF-beta 1, more specifically, plays a role in controlling the immune system in certain functions including wound healing. TGF-beta 1 is most commonly seen to be produced and secreted by leukocytes, and is most commonly seen in skeletal muscle and bone tissue as well as the extracellular matrix. The activation of this protein most often results in the TGF-beta signaling cascade to commence, leading to the growth and proliferation of various cells.
Transforming Growth Factor Beta1 Production Bioinformatics Tool
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