ECSITEvolutionarily Conserved Signaling Intermediate in Toll Pathway (immunology)
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The similar CAS3 expression and high ECSIT expression in all infected oysters, however, suggest that control of apoptosis by way of NF-[kappa]B occurs to prevent cell death.
corteziensis (bp) Candidate Contig_1162 RPL10 726 reference genes Contig_4 GAPDH 1,602 Contig_1120 RPL8 940 Contig_856 ACT-[beta] 383 Immune response Contig_4959 Inhibitor of serine 1,566 proteases Oxidation- Contig_399 DUOX 5,920 reduction Contig_15279 Peroxidasin 706 Contig_4190 GST 1,944 Contig_1230 SOD Cu-Zn 761 NF-Kappa Contig_160 LPTNF 885 Contig_57858 ECSIT 901 Contig_2430 NF-kappa-B inhibitor 1,698 epsilon (NF-K-INH) Apoptosis Contig_9921 CAS8 3,681 Contig_35121 CAS3 809 Contig_26966 Deterin apoptosis 414 (B-IAP) Contig_1125 Baculoviral inhibitor 743 apoptosis 2 (B-IAP2) Contig_6480 DNA-FRAG subunit alpha 1,318 Identity Biological process Species Score e-value (%) Candidate Drosophila sechellia 404 4.
Other key elements of the innate immune system have also been identified in Nematostella, including several members of the Toll and interleukin signaling cascades such as IRAK, TRAF, ECSIT, IKK, MKK, JNK, IKB, p38, and the transcription factors NF-kB and AP-1 (Table 4; Miller et al.