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Table 1 The 84 MAPK pathway-linked genes considered in our analyses

From: Short-term airborne particulate matter exposure alters the epigenetic landscape of human genes associated with the mitogen-activated protein kinase network: a cross-sectional study

  Gene   Gene   Gene
01 ATF2 38 MAP3K5 73 TRADD
02 CREB1 39 MAP3K6 74 TGFB1
03 CEBPA 40 MAP3K7 75 TGFB2
04 CHUK 41 MAP3K8 76 TGFB3
05 DAXX 42 MAP3K9 77 TGFBR1
06 ELK1 43 MAP4K1 78 FOS
07 GRB2 44 MAP4K2 79 HRAS
08 IKBKB 45 MAP4K3 80 MYC
09 JUN 46 MAP4K4 81 ARAF
10 MKNK1 47 MAP4K5 82 BRAF
11 MKNK2 48 MAPKAPK2 83 RAF1
12 MAPK1 49 MAPKAPK3 84 RELA
13 MAPK10 45 MAP4K3   
14 MAPK11 50 MAPKAPK5   
15 MAPK12 51 MAX   
16 MAPK13 52 MEF2A   
17 MAPK14 53 MEF2B   
18 MAPK3 54 MEF2C   
19 MAPK4 50 MAPKAPK5   
20 MAPK6 55 MEF2D   
21 MAPK7 56 NFKB1   
22 MAPK9 57 NFKBIA   
23 MAP2K1 58 PAK2   
24 MAP2K2 59 PAK1   
25 MAP2K3 60 RAC1   
26 MAP2K4 61 RIPK1   
27 MAP2K5 62 RPS6KB1   
28 MAP2K6 63 RPS6KB2   
29 MAP2K7 64 RPS6KA1   
30 MAP3K10 65 RPS6KA2   
31 MAP3K11 66 RPS6KA3   
32 MAP3K12 67 RPS6KA4   
33 MAP3K13 68 RPS6KA5   
34 MAP3K14 69 SHC1   
35 MAP3K2 70 STAT1   
36 MAP3K3 71 SP1   
37 MAP3K4 72 TRAF2   
  1. To our knowledge, this is the first human study to systematically evaluate MAPK gene-promoter methylation using a wide collection of upstream and downstream pathway components with respect to ambient air pollution exposures.