AIF

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AIF

abbreviation for
(Historical Terms) (formerly) Australian Imperial Force
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NAFLD&NASH to HCC PBC&PSC to HCC The highly activated ACTA2, AIFM1, APP, ACTB, ADRB2, APP, network biomarkers EGFR, GRB2, NEDD8, CSNK2A1, EGFR, for potential SHC1, TUBA1C, TUBB6, HUWE1, LMNB1, PCK1, inhibition strategy IL4R, GPR37, FRAT2, PPP2CA, SMAD5, of drug design HIST2H2BE, HSPB1, TSC22D1, ESR1, PGR, ZNF480, TIMP1, RYR2, FRAT2, ALDOB, ZYX, YBX1, HIST2H2BE, ZNF480, TP53, STAT5A, AR, H3F3A, TIMP1, ALDOB, TELO2, PXN, TBP, IGF2, AR, TP53, SRF, REPIN1, HSF1, ETS1, NRF1, STAT5A, STUB1, RFC5, RPL30, RPL23A, SP1, SP3, TRMT1, GSK3B, UBC, CEBPA, BPTF, ETS1, ALB, and MIR21 MDC1, RFC5, RPL30, TRMT1, UBC, GSK3B, TF, and MIR21 The repressed ALK and GATA1 CEBPE and GATA1 network biomarkers for potential activation strategy of drug design
FlexiTube siRNA for human AIFM1 (Gene accession: NM_001130846), HS-Cap2-10 (Gene accession: NM_001224) and All Stars Neg.
AIFM1 (apoptosis-inducing factor, mitochondrion-associated 1) ENDOG (endonuclease G) is involved in intrinsic (mitochondria-associated) pathway for cancer cell apoptosis, for example, tightly coexpressed with MRC genes (P = 9.09E-29 and 1.7LE-39, resp.) in normal tissue, but this coexpression disappeared in treated tissues (Supplementary Table S1).