Reactome: A Curated Pathway Database

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Pathways reviewed by Ford, Dianne (5359281)

DB_ID Name
5660489 MTF1 activates gene expression

Details on Person Ford, Dianne

Class:IdPerson:5359281
_displayNameFord, Dianne
_timestamp2017-08-22 20:37:32
created[InstanceEdit:5359275] Williams, MG, 2014-04-09
firstnameDianne
initialD
surnameFord
(author)[LiteratureReference:5359345] Selenium in human health and disease
[LiteratureReference:5674649] Mechanisms of mammalian zinc-regulated gene expression
[LiteratureReference:6798404] Metalloproteins and metal sensing
[InstanceEdit:8959589] Ford, Dianne, 2017-01-27
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