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Table 3 Signal transduction pathways predicted for in E. caudatum*

From: The transcriptome of the rumen ciliate Entodinium caudatum reveals some of its metabolic features

PATH IDPathway NameNo. of KOs
ko02020Two-component system1
ko04010MAPK signaling20
ko04012ErbB signaling10
ko04014Ras signaling19
ko04015Rap1 signaling11
ko04020Calcium/calmodulin signaling10
ko04022cGMP-PKG signaling13
ko04024cAMP signaling13
ko04064NF-kappa B signaling6
ko04066HIF-1 signaling9
ko04068FoxO signaling19
ko04070Phosphatidylinositol signaling system21
ko04071Sphingolipid signaling19
ko04072Phospholipase D signaling18
ko04075Plant hormone signal transduction5
ko04150mTOR signaling21
ko04151PI3K-Akt signaling25
ko04152AMPK signaling19
ko04310Wnt signaling9
ko04330Notch signaling3
ko04340Hedgehog signaling9
ko04350TGF-beta signaling6
ko04370VEGF signaling9
ko04371Apelin signaling19
ko04390Hippo signaling8
ko04630JAK-STAT signaling3
ko04668TNF signaling8
ko04062aChemokine signaling13
ko04620aToll-like receptor signaling7
ko04621aNOD-like receptor signaling14
ko04622aRIG-I-like receptor signaling5
ko04624aToll and Imd signaling3
ko04625aC-type lectin receptor signaling12
ko04910bInsulin signaling18
ko04911bInsulin secretion4
ko04912bGnRH signaling12
ko04920bAdipocytokine signaling8
ko04922bGlucagon signaling10
ko04931cInsulin resistance14
  1. *This table is a summary of the signal transduction pathways predicted based on both the GO and KEGG database. All the genes assigned to a GO signal transduction categories were further searched in the KEGG database to find their corresponding KO and pathways involved. All the pathways assigned to a KEGG signal transduction pathway category were listed, plus some other related pathways. a, Immune system; b, Endocrine system; c, Endocrine and metabolic diseases