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Table 2 IPA revealed the top canonical pathways altered by exposure to ZEA, E. coli, respectively ZEA+ E. coli

From: Evaluation of cellular and molecular impact of zearalenone and Escherichia coli co-exposure on IPEC-1 cells using microarray technology

Nr. Ctr. NAME E. coli ZEA ZEA + E. coli
  p-value Ratio p-value Ratio p-value Ratio
1. iNOS Signaling 1.23E-06 9/44 (0.205) - - - -
2. MIF Regulation of Innate Immunity 7.06E-06 8/41 (0.195) - - - -
3. IL-12 Signaling and Production in Macrophages 8.15E-06 14/135 (0.104) - - - -
4. Glucocorticoid Receptor Signaling 1.12E-05 20/261 (0.077) - - - -
5. JAK/Stat Signaling 1.25E-05 10/72 (0.139) - - - -
6. Renin-Angiotensin Signaling - - 3.47E-05 6/118 (0.051) - -
7. P2Y Purigenic Receptor Signaling Pathway - - 5.73E-05 6.129 (0.047)   
8. Ceramide Signaling - - 7.6E-05 5/84 (0.06) - -
9. Melanocyte Development and Pigmentation Signaling - - 8.51E-05 5.86 (0.058) - -
10. Unfolded protein response - - 1.77E-04 4/54 (0.074) - -
11. IL-17A Signaling in Gastric Cells - - - - 1.83E-06 6/25 (0.24)
12. IL-17A Signaling in Fibroblasts - - - - 1.47E-05 6/35 (0.171)
13. Role of Tissue Factor in Cancer - - - - 5.45E-05 9/110 (0.082)
14. PKCθ Signaling In T Lymphocytes - - - - 9.41E-05 9/118 (0.076)
15. T Cell Receptor Signaling - - - - 1.34E-04 8/97 (0.082)