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Fig. 3 | BMC Oral Health

Fig. 3

From: Label-free quantitative proteomic analysis of gingival crevicular fluid to identify potential early markers for root resorption

Fig. 3

Pie chart representing the; a) biological process, b) protein class, and c) pathway of the proteins that changed significantly based on Protein Analysis Through Evolutionary Relationships (PANTHER) database. The biological processes involved were cellular processes, metabolic processes, immune system processes, localisation, responses to stimuli, and biological regulation. The protein classes involved were calcium-binding proteins, defence or immunity proteins, enzyme modulators, signalling molecules, and transferase. While, the identified proteins also involved in other pathways were angiotensin II-stimulated signalling through G proteins and beta-arrestin, the apoptosis signalling pathway, the gonadotropin-releasing hormone receptor pathway, and Parkinson pathway

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