Skip to main content

Table 2 Pathways and GOBP in the MI functional pathway-process network.

From: Systems analysis of gene ontology and biological pathways involved in post-myocardial infarction responses

GOBP names Pathways F C A E P I H
activation of plasma proteins involved in acute inflammatory response       
acute inflammatory response       
blood coagulation  
blood coagulation, extrinsic pathway      
coagulation  
complement activation       
developmental growth      
fibrinolysis      
growth      
hemostasis  
negative regulation of blood coagulation   
negative regulation of coagulation   
negative regulation of multicellular organismal process       
platelet activation     
positive regulation of blood coagulation    
positive regulation of calcium ion transport      
positive regulation of coagulation    
positive regulation of collagen biosynthetic process     
positive regulation of collagen metabolic process     
protein maturation       
protein maturation by peptide bond cleavage       
protein processing       
regeneration       
regulation of blood coagulation   
regulation of body fluid levels  
regulation of coagulation   
regulation of collagen metabolic process      
regulation of fibrinolysis       
regulation of multicellular organismal metabolic process      
regulation of response to external stimulus       
response to wounding       
tissue regeneration      
tyrosine phosphorylation of STAT protein     
wound healing    
Number of connected GOBPs 22 17 16 14 12 9 5