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From: Hypoxia-activated genes from early placenta are elevated in Preeclampsia, but not in Intra-Uterine Growth Retardation

Figure 2

Putative physiological relationships between nuclear genes found expressed at a detectable level on the membranes. Amongst a total of 269 nuclear genes, known described relationships could be deduced from the literature for 117 of them. The genes were grouped in 11 categories. In blue and red are represented genes transcriptionnally inhibited or activated by hypoxia, respectively. In green are presented genes that were not detected by hybridization but that may play critical roles in placental physiology. Open boxes present the main physiological action of several of these genes. Arrows indicate an activation effect, while lines terminated by circles indicates an inhibitory effect. Lines terminated by two circles are indicative of a physical interaction between two protein products, or between a protein and a RNA molecule. Table 5 (supplemental table) gives the complete name of the genes displayed on the figure.

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