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Information about Congenital Flat Foot: characteristics, related genes and pathways, plus antibodies you can use for research. This page is being enriched constantly, if you see some information you would like this page to include please send your suggestions to us.
Most recent studies have shown that Congenital Flat Foot shares some biological mechanisms with abnormal-degeneration, arthritis, arthropathy, congenital-abnormality, congenital-clubfoot, degenerative-polyarthritis, dislocations, flatfoot, foot-deformities, foot-deformities-acquired, foot-diseases, fracture, pain, posterior-tibial-tendon-dysfunction, rheumatoid-arthritis, subluxation-of-joint, talipes-cavus, tendon-injuries.
Among the many pathways, these few ones have gauged particular interests from scientists studying Congenital Flat Foot, and have been seen in publications frequently: Aging, Cell Cycle, Cell Division, Dehiscence, Endochondral Ossification, Fertilization, Keratinization, Localization, Locomotion, Muscle Atrophy, Muscle Contraction, Ossification, Osteoblast Differentiation, Pathogenesis, Reflex, Segmentation, Translation, Transposition, Urea Cycle, Wound Healing
Quite a number of genes have been found to play important roles in Congenital Flat Foot, such as CP, CTSC, ENDOU, EXOSC6, HNRNPC, IKBKG, LCN1, MT1B, MTTP, PDPN, PES1, S100A10, SS18L1, TMCO1, TMPO, TYMP, ZBTB8OS. See what Boster has to offer for the research of these genes by clicking the gene name links below and view a more detailed info card/product listing for that gene.
In a later update, we will include information such as current drugs and therapy solutions as well as on-going and past clinical trials for this disease. Plesae stay updated.
|Aging||Cell Cycle||Cell Division|
|Muscle Atrophy||Muscle Contraction||Ossification|
|Urea Cycle||Wound Healing|
|congenital abnormality||congenital clubfoot||degenerative polyarthritis|
|foot deformities acquired||foot diseases||fracture|
|pain||posterior tibial tendon dysfunction||rheumatoid arthritis|
|subluxation of joint||talipes cavus||tendon injuries|