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Chemical Organomercury Compounds

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1. 4-hydroxymercuribenzoate cellular hypotonic response 4-hydroxymercuribenzoate results in decreased cellular hypotonic response 1: Homo sapiens Granulosa Cells | Cells, Cultured   1
2. 4-hydroxymercuribenzoate cellular hypotonic response positive regulation of cell volume [4-hydroxymercuribenzoate results in decreased cellular hypotonic response] which results in decreased positive regulation of cell volume 1: Homo sapiens Granulosa Cells | Cells, Cultured   1
3. 4-hydroxymercuribenzoate positive regulation of cell volume cellular hypotonic response [4-hydroxymercuribenzoate results in decreased cellular hypotonic response] which results in decreased positive regulation of cell volume 1: Homo sapiens Granulosa Cells | Cells, Cultured   1
4. 4-Chloromercuribenzenesulfonate water transport 4-Chloromercuribenzenesulfonate results in decreased water transport 1: Fundulus heteroclitus Cells, Cultured
4 genes: AQP1 | CFTR | MIP | SLC14A1
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5. p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid cellular response to stress p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid affects cellular response to stress 2: Homo sapiens | Mus musculus Skin | Cell Line, Tumor
2 genes: GRM3 | SLC7A11
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6. p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid lipid oxidation ammonium ferrous sulfate | Edetic Acid | Enzymes and Coenzymes | Flavin Mononucleotide | NADP | Sodium Chloride p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid inhibits the reaction [[Flavin Mononucleotide co-treated with Sodium Chloride co-treated with Edetic Acid co-treated with ammonium ferrous sulfate co-treated with NADP metabolite co-treated with Enzymes and Coenzymes] results in increased lipid oxidation] 1: Rattus norvegicus     1
7. p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid lipid oxidation ammonium ferrous sulfate | Edetic Acid | Enzymes and Coenzymes | Flavin Mononucleotide | Malondialdehyde | NADP | Sodium Chloride p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid inhibits the reaction [[[Flavin Mononucleotide co-treated with Sodium Chloride co-treated with Edetic Acid co-treated with ammonium ferrous sulfate co-treated with NADP metabolite co-treated with Enzymes and Coenzymes] results in increased lipid oxidation] which results in increased abundance of Malondialdehyde] 1: Rattus norvegicus     1
8. p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid positive regulation of cell death p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid results in increased positive regulation of cell death 1: Mus musculus Embryonic Stem Cells | Cells, Cultured
10 genes: AKR1C3 | BCL2L11 | CCN2 | CDKN1A | EGR1 | GRIN2A | MIR34A | MSX2 | PAX6 | TXNRD1
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9. p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid positive regulation of cell death p-Chloromercuribenzoic Acid results in increased positive regulation of cell death 1: Mus musculus Neural Stem Cells | Cells, Cultured
10 genes: AKR1C3 | BCL2L11 | CCN2 | CDKN1A | EGR1 | GRIN2A | MIR34A | MSX2 | PAX6 | TXNRD1
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10. dimethyl mercury lactate dehydrogenase activity dimethyl mercury results in increased lactate dehydrogenase activity 1: Rattus norvegicus Blood   1
11. dimethyl mercury lactate dehydrogenase activity Acetylcysteine | Selenium | Zinc [Zinc co-treated with Selenium co-treated with Acetylcysteine] inhibits the reaction [dimethyl mercury results in increased lactate dehydrogenase activity] 1: Rattus norvegicus Blood   1
12. dimethyl mercury lipid catabolic process dimethyl mercury results in increased lipid catabolic process 1: Rattus norvegicus Liver   1
13. dimethyl mercury lipid catabolic process dimethyl mercury results in increased lipid catabolic process 1: Rattus norvegicus Kidney   1
14. dimethyl mercury lipid catabolic process dimethyl mercury results in increased lipid catabolic process 1: Rattus norvegicus Brain   1
15. dimethyl mercury glutathione biosynthetic process dimethyl mercury results in decreased glutathione biosynthetic process 1: Rattus norvegicus Liver   1
16. dimethyl mercury glutathione biosynthetic process dimethyl mercury results in decreased glutathione biosynthetic process 1: Rattus norvegicus Kidney   1
17. dimethyl mercury glutathione biosynthetic process dimethyl mercury results in decreased glutathione biosynthetic process 1: Rattus norvegicus Brain   1
18. dimethyl mercury lipid catabolic process Acetylcysteine | Selenium | Zinc [Zinc co-treated with Selenium co-treated with Acetylcysteine] inhibits the reaction [dimethyl mercury results in increased lipid catabolic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Liver   1
19. dimethyl mercury lipid catabolic process Acetylcysteine | Selenium | Zinc [Zinc co-treated with Selenium co-treated with Acetylcysteine] inhibits the reaction [dimethyl mercury results in increased lipid catabolic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Kidney   1
20. dimethyl mercury lipid catabolic process Acetylcysteine | Selenium | Zinc [Zinc co-treated with Selenium co-treated with Acetylcysteine] inhibits the reaction [dimethyl mercury results in increased lipid catabolic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Brain   1
21. dimethyl mercury glutathione biosynthetic process Acetylcysteine | Selenium | Zinc [Zinc co-treated with Selenium co-treated with Acetylcysteine] inhibits the reaction [dimethyl mercury results in decreased glutathione biosynthetic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Liver   1
22. dimethyl mercury glutathione biosynthetic process Acetylcysteine | Selenium | Zinc [Zinc co-treated with Selenium co-treated with Acetylcysteine] inhibits the reaction [dimethyl mercury results in decreased glutathione biosynthetic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Kidney   1
23. dimethyl mercury glutathione biosynthetic process Acetylcysteine | Selenium | Zinc [Zinc co-treated with Selenium co-treated with Acetylcysteine] inhibits the reaction [dimethyl mercury results in decreased glutathione biosynthetic process] 1: Rattus norvegicus Brain   1
24. dimethyl mercury DNA damage response, detection of DNA damage dimethyl mercury results in increased DNA damage response, detection of DNA damage 1: Rattus norvegicus Liver   1
25. dimethyl mercury DNA damage response, detection of DNA damage dimethyl mercury results in increased DNA damage response, detection of DNA damage 1: Rattus norvegicus Kidney   1
26. dimethyl mercury DNA damage response, detection of DNA damage dimethyl mercury results in increased DNA damage response, detection of DNA damage 1: Rattus norvegicus Brain   1
27. dimethyl mercury DNA damage response, detection of DNA damage Acetylcysteine | Selenium | Zinc [Zinc co-treated with Selenium co-treated with Acetylcysteine] inhibits the reaction [dimethyl mercury results in increased DNA damage response, detection of DNA damage] 1: Rattus norvegicus Liver   1
28. dimethyl mercury DNA damage response, detection of DNA damage Acetylcysteine | Selenium | Zinc [Zinc co-treated with Selenium co-treated with Acetylcysteine] inhibits the reaction [dimethyl mercury results in increased DNA damage response, detection of DNA damage] 1: Rattus norvegicus Kidney   1
29. dimethyl mercury DNA damage response, detection of DNA damage Acetylcysteine | Selenium | Zinc [Zinc co-treated with Selenium co-treated with Acetylcysteine] inhibits the reaction [dimethyl mercury results in increased DNA damage response, detection of DNA damage] 1: Rattus norvegicus Brain   1
30. Ethylmercuric Chloride positive regulation of apoptotic process Ethylmercuric Chloride affects positive regulation of apoptotic process 1: Homo sapiens T-Lymphocytes | Cells, Cultured 1 gene: TNF 1
31. Ethylmercury Compounds cell proliferation Ethylmercury Compounds results in decreased cell proliferation 1: Rattus norvegicus Brain | Cell Line, Tumor 1 gene: TNF 1
32. Ethylmercury Compounds cell proliferation Ethylmercury Compounds analog results in decreased cell proliferation 1: Rattus norvegicus Brain | Cell Line, Tumor 1 gene: TNF 1
33. Ethylmercury Compounds cell death Ethylmercury Compounds results in increased cell death 1: Rattus norvegicus Brain | Cell Line, Tumor   1
34. Ethylmercury Compounds cell death Ethylmercury Compounds analog results in increased cell death 1: Rattus norvegicus Brain | Cell Line, Tumor   1
35. Ethylmercury Compounds cell death Methionine Methionine inhibits the reaction [Ethylmercury Compounds analog results in increased cell death] 1: Rattus norvegicus Brain | Cell Line, Tumor   1
36. Ethylmercury Compounds reactive oxygen species biosynthetic process Ethylmercury Compounds results in increased reactive oxygen species biosynthetic process 1: Homo sapiens Neutrophils | Granulocytes   1
37. Ethylmercury Compounds autophagy Ethylmercury Compounds results in increased autophagy 1: Mus musculus Kidney
4 genes: BECN1 | CTSB | SQSTM1 | XBP1
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38. Ethylmercury Compounds autophagic cell death Ethylmercury Compounds results in increased autophagic cell death 1: Mus musculus Kidney Tubules, Proximal   1
39. Ethylmercury Compounds endoplasmic reticulum unfolded protein response Ethylmercury Compounds results in increased endoplasmic reticulum unfolded protein response 1: Mus musculus Kidney
4 genes: DDIT3 | HSPA5 | IFNG | XBP1
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40. Ethylmercury Compounds endoplasmic reticulum unfolded protein response Ethylmercury Compounds results in increased endoplasmic reticulum unfolded protein response 1: Homo sapiens Kidney Tubules, Proximal | Cell Line
4 genes: DDIT3 | HSPA5 | IFNG | XBP1
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41. Ethylmercury Compounds reactive oxygen species biosynthetic process Ethylmercury Compounds results in increased reactive oxygen species biosynthetic process 1: Homo sapiens Kidney Tubules, Proximal | Cell Line   1
42. Ethylmercury Compounds regulation of mitochondrial membrane potential Ethylmercury Compounds results in increased regulation of mitochondrial membrane potential 1: Homo sapiens Kidney Tubules, Proximal | Cell Line | Mitochondria   1
43. Ethylmercury Compounds release of sequestered calcium ion into cytosol by endoplasmic reticulum Ethylmercury Compounds results in increased release of sequestered calcium ion into cytosol by endoplasmic reticulum 1: Homo sapiens Kidney Tubules, Proximal | Cell Line   1
44. Ethylmercury Compounds autophagy endoplasmic reticulum unfolded protein response [Ethylmercury Compounds results in increased endoplasmic reticulum unfolded protein response] which results in increased autophagy 1: Homo sapiens Kidney Tubules, Proximal | Cell Line
4 genes: BECN1 | CTSB | SQSTM1 | XBP1
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45. Ethylmercury Compounds endoplasmic reticulum unfolded protein response autophagy [Ethylmercury Compounds results in increased endoplasmic reticulum unfolded protein response] which results in increased autophagy 1: Homo sapiens Kidney Tubules, Proximal | Cell Line
4 genes: DDIT3 | HSPA5 | IFNG | XBP1
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46. Ethylmercury Compounds autophagy Reactive Oxygen Species [Ethylmercury Compounds results in increased abundance of Reactive Oxygen Species] which results in increased autophagy 1: Homo sapiens Kidney Tubules, Proximal | Cell Line
4 genes: BECN1 | CTSB | SQSTM1 | XBP1
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47. Ethylmercury Compounds autophagy reactive oxygen species biosynthetic process [Ethylmercury Compounds results in increased reactive oxygen species biosynthetic process] which results in increased autophagy 1: Homo sapiens Kidney Tubules, Proximal | Cell Line
4 genes: BECN1 | CTSB | SQSTM1 | XBP1
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48. Ethylmercury Compounds reactive oxygen species biosynthetic process autophagy [Ethylmercury Compounds results in increased reactive oxygen species biosynthetic process] which results in increased autophagy 1: Homo sapiens Kidney Tubules, Proximal | Cell Line   1
49. Ethylmercury Compounds regulation of autophagosome assembly Ethylmercury Compounds affects regulation of autophagosome assembly 1: Homo sapiens Kidney Tubules, Proximal | Cell Line   1
50. Ethylmercury Compounds regulation of SNARE complex assembly Ethylmercury Compounds affects regulation of SNARE complex assembly 1: Homo sapiens Kidney Tubules, Proximal | Cell Line   1
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