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Acute Mountain Sickness malady

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Wikipedia:66 Altitude sickness?also known as acute mountain sickness (AMS), altitude illness, hypobaropathy, \"the... more...

MalaCards: Acute Mountain Sickness, also known as high altitude pulmonary edema, is related to obesity and primary pulmonary hypertension. An important gene associated with Acute Mountain Sickness is BDKRB2 (bradykinin receptor B2), and among its related pathways are Effects of nitric oxide and Hypoxic and oxygen homeostasis regulation of HIF-1-alpha. The compounds nebivolol and atenolol have been mentioned in the context of this disorder. Affiliated tissues include endothelial, brain and heart, and related mouse phenotypes are adipose tissue and digestive/alimentary.

Aliases & Classifications for Acute Mountain Sickness

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Characteristics (Orphanet epidemiological data):

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high altitude pulmonary edema:
Prevalence: 1-9/1000000


Aliases & Descriptions:

acute mountain sickness 44 63
high altitude pulmonary edema 44 50
high altitude cerebral edema 44
altitude sickness 44
mountain sickness 44
altitude anoxia 44


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Related Diseases for Acute Mountain Sickness

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Diseases related to Acute Mountain Sickness via text searches within MalaCards or GeneCards/GeneDecks gene sharing:

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idRelated DiseaseScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1obesity30.6HIF1A, FLT1, ADRB2, CCK, NOS3
2primary pulmonary hypertension30.4HIF1A, EDN1, NOS3, FLT1
3hypertension30.3EDN1, ADRB2, ACE, NOS3, AGTR1
4cor pulmonale30.3EDN1, AGTR1
5polycythemia30.2VHL, HIF1A
6erythrocytosis30.2AGTR1, HIF1A, VHL, ACE
7cerebritis11.0
8hypoxia11.0
9blindness10.7
10headache10.7
11endotheliitis10.6
12pulmonary edema10.5
13ataxia10.5
14retinitis10.4
15adie syndrome10.3
16patent foramen ovale10.3
17influenza10.3
18sarcoidosis10.3
19bronchopulmonary dysplasia10.3
20pulmonary edema of mountaineers10.3
21pulmonary artery hypoplasia10.3
22pituitary apoplexy10.2
23neuronitis10.2
24hypoglycemia10.2
25chondromalacia patellae10.2
26patellofemoral pain syndrome10.2
27asthma10.2
28chondromalacia10.2
29hemiplegia10.2
30migraine10.2
31paine syndrome10.2
32unilateral absence of a pulmonary artery10.1
33pericardial effusion10.1PIK3C2A
34coats disease10.1ENO2
35subependymal giant cell astrocytoma10.1ENO2
36acute chest syndrome10.1NOS3
37pre-eclampsia10.1FLT1
38alveolar soft part sarcoma10.1ENO2, MB
39hepatorenal syndrome10.1EDN1
40low renin hypertension10.1EDN1
41granular cell tumor10.1ENO2, MB
42oligohydramnios10.1ACE
43creatine phosphokinase, elevated serum10.1PIK3C2A, MB
44gas gangrene10.1PIK3C2A, MB
45alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma10.1ENO2, MB
46intermediate coronary syndrome10.1MB, PIK3C2A
47anuria10.1MB, ACE
48renal tubular dysgenesis10.1ACE, AGTR1
49renovascular hypertension10.1AGTR1, ACE
50nephrosclerosis10.1ACE, AGTR1

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Diseases related to acute mountain sickness

Symptoms for Acute Mountain Sickness

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Drugs & Therapeutics for Acute Mountain Sickness

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Anatomical Context for Acute Mountain Sickness

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MalaCards organs/tissues related to Acute Mountain Sickness:

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Endothelial, Brain, Heart, Testes, Lung, Pituitary, Skeletal muscle

Animal Models for Acute Mountain Sickness or affiliated genes

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MGI Mouse Phenotypes related to Acute Mountain Sickness:

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idDescriptionMGI Source AccessionScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1MP:00053758.9PIK3C2A, ADRB2, ACE, NOS3, BDKRB2
2MP:00053818.3EDN1, VEGFA, HIF1A, VHL, NOS3, BDKRB2
3MP:00053708.2VEGFA, HIF1A, ACE, VHL, NOS3
4MP:00053908.2EDN1, VEGFA, HIF1A, ADRB2, VHL, NOS3
5MP:00053808.1EDN1, VEGFA, HIF1A, FLT1, VHL, MB
6MP:00053888.0ENO2, MB, NOS3, HIF1A, VEGFA
7MP:00028738.0EDN1, VEGFA, HIF1A, FLT1, VHL, NOS3
8MP:00053827.8EDN1, VEGFA, HIF1A, VHL, ENO2
9MP:00053697.8EDN1, VEGFA, HIF1A, FLT1, ADRB2, VHL
10MP:00053897.7VEGFA, HSPA1B, HSPA1A, FLT1, ACE, VHL
11MP:00053797.7EDN1, VEGFA, HIF1A, ADRB2, CCK, ACE
12MP:00053867.2VEGFA, HIF1A, FLT1, ADRB2, ACE, NOS3
13MP:00053677.1EDN1, PIK3C2A, VEGFA, HSPA1B, HIF1A, ACE
14MP:00053977.1PIK3C2A, VEGFA, HIF1A, FLT1, ADRB2, ACE
15MP:00053876.8PIK3C2A, VEGFA, HSPA1B, HIF1A, FLT1, ADRB2
16MP:00036316.6EDN1, VEGFA, HSPA1B, HSPA1A, HIF1A, FLT1
17MP:00107686.4HIF1A, HSPA1B, VEGFA, PIK3C2A, EDN1, FLT1
18MP:00053786.3HIF1A, HSPA1A, HSPA1B, VEGFA, PIK3C2A, FLT1
19MP:00053856.2EDN1, VEGFA, HSPA1B, HSPA1A, HIF1A, FLT1
20MP:00053846.0FLT1, HIF1A, HSPA1A, HSPA1B, VEGFA, ADRB2
21MP:00053765.4AGTR1, EDN1, PIK3C2A, VEGFA, HSPA1B, HSPA1A

Publications for Acute Mountain Sickness

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Articles related to Acute Mountain Sickness:

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idTitleAuthorsYear
1
The effect of hypoxemia and exercise on acute mountain sickness symptoms. (23154995)
2013
2
Rhodiola crenulata extract for prevention of acute mountain sickness: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover trial. (24176010)
2013
3
Efficacy of residence at moderate versus low altitude on reducing acute mountain sickness in men following rapid ascent to 4300 m. (23537255)
2013
4
Associations between vascular endothelial growth factor gene polymorphisms and susceptibility to acute mountain sickness. (23321170)
2012
5
Acute mountain sickness without headache at low altitude. (23323193)
2012
6
Acute mountain sickness impact among travelers to Cusco, Peru. (22776382)
2012
7
Changes in cardiac autonomic activity during a passive 8 hour acute exposure to 5a88500 m normobaric hypoxia are not related to the development of acute mountain sickness. (22290324)
2012
8
Spironolactone does not prevent acute mountain sickness: a prospective, double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial by SPACE Trial Group (spironolactone and acetazolamide trial in the prevention of acute mountain sickness group). (21377114)
2011
9
Sea-level assessment of dynamic cerebral autoregulation predicts susceptibility to acute mountain sickness at high altitude. (21960569)
2011
10
The prevalence of and risk factors for acute mountain sickness in the Eastern and Western Alps. (21190503)
2010
11
Impaired cerebral autoregulation in acute mountain sickness: incidental yet adaptive? (20814008)
2010
12
Acute mountain sickness: pathophysiology, prevention, and treatment. (20417340)
2010
13
Alternations of heart rate variability at lower altitude in the predication of trekkers with acute mountain sickness at high altitude. (20051736)
2010
14
Genotype at the missense G894T polymorphism (Glu298Asp) in the NOS3 gene is associated with susceptibility to acute mountain sickness. (19775216)
2009
15
Prevalence of acute mountain sickness among Finnish trekkers on Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania: an observational study. (19115914)
2008
16
Prevention of acute mountain sickness in Nepali porters: a controlled trial. (17447720)
2007
17
Acute mountain sickness with reversible vasospasm. (17617424)
2007
18
Acute mountain sickness: medical problems associated with acute and subacute exposure to hypobaric hypoxia. (17099095)
2006
19
Variables contributing to acute mountain sickness on the summit of Mt Whitney. (17219785)
2006
20
Acetazolamide 125 mg BD is not significantly different from 375 mg BD in the prevention of acute mountain sickness: the prophylactic acetazolamide dosage comparison for efficacy (PACE) trial. (16544963)
2006
21
New epilepsy seizure at high altitude without signs of acute mountain sickness or high altitude cerebral edema. (16544970)
2006
22
Effect of magnesium, high altitude and acute mountain sickness on blood flow velocity in the middle cerebral artery. (14572304)
2004
23
Pathophysiology of acute mountain sickness (AMS). (15136783)
2004
24
Ginkgo biloba and acetazolamide for acute mountain sickness: exclusion of high risk, low status groups perpetuates discrimination and inequalities. (15258082)
2004
25
Hypoxic ventilatory response, ventilation, gas exchange, and fluid balance in acute mountain sickness. (12631422)
2002
26
Does theophylline really improve acute mountain sickness? (11405540)
2001
27
Arterial oxygen saturation for prediction of acute mountain sickness. (9856544)
1998
28
Gammow bag for acute mountain sickness. (9635981)
1998
29
Seizure and hemiparesis at high-altitude outside the setting of acute mountain sickness. (11990167)
1997
30
The illness of ascent: acute mountain sickness. (9429378)
1997
31
How can acute mountain sickness be quantified at moderate altitude? (8683517)
1996
32
Simulated descent v dexamethasone in treatment of acute mountain sickness: a randomised trial. (7767194)
1995
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Effects of acetazolamide on overnight oxygenation and acute mountain sickness in patients with asthma. (8491304)
1993
34
Acute mountain sickness in children at 2835 meters. (8427234)
1993
35
Pressurization and acute mountain sickness. (8240197)
1993
36
Acetazolamide in the treatment of acute mountain sickness: clinical efficacy and effect on gas exchange. (1739236)
1992
37
Acute mountain sickness susceptibility, fitness and hypoxic ventilatory response. (1783072)
1991
38
Cognitive changes at high altitude in healthy climbers and in climbers developing acute mountain sickness. (2031628)
1991
39
Severe acute mountain sickness. (2133049)
1990
40
Incidence of acute mountain sickness at intermediate altitudes. (2724500)
1989
41
Effect of carbon dioxide in acute mountain sickness: a rediscovery. (2901515)
1988
42
Effect of dexamethasone on symptoms of acute mountain sickness at Pikes Peak, Colorado (4,300 m). (3619842)
1987
43
Effect of spironolactone on acute mountain sickness. (3718378)
1986
44
Acute mountain sickness, antacids, and ventilation during rapid, active ascent of Mount Rainier. (6347173)
1983
45
Acetazolamide for acute mountain sickness. (6653952)
1983
46
Plasma volume, body weight, and acute mountain sickness. (6131227)
1983
47
Acute mountain sickness and the edemas of high altitude: a common pathogenesis? (7323495)
1981
48
Acute mountain sickness. (64667)
1977
49
Acute mountain sickness. (5782719)
1969
50
Effect of acetazolamide on acute mountain sickness. (4877992)
1968

Variations for Acute Mountain Sickness

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Expression for genes affiliated with Acute Mountain Sickness

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Expression patterns in normal tissues for genes affiliated with Acute Mountain Sickness

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Pathways for genes affiliated with Acute Mountain Sickness

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Pathways related to Acute Mountain Sickness according to GeneCards/GeneDecks:

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idSuper pathways (with members indented)ScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1
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Quercetin and Nf-kB/ AP-1 induced cell apoptosis39
9.9MB, NOS3
29.8VHL, HIF1A
39.4FLT1, VEGFA
4
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9.4FLT1, VEGFA
59.4HSPA1B, HSPA1A, BDKRB2
69.4ADRB2, NOS3, BDKRB2, AGTR1
7
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9.4AGTR1, BDKRB2, CCK, EDN1
8
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9.3NOS3, HSPA1A, HSPA1B
9
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9.3AGTR1, BDKRB2, NOS3, ACE
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9.2NOS3, FLT1, PIK3C2A
11
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9.2NOS3, FLT1, PIK3C2A
129.2VHL, FLT1, VEGFA
13
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9.1VHL, HIF1A, VEGFA
149.1VHL, HIF1A, VEGFA
15
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9.1EDN1, ADRB2, CCK, BDKRB2, AGTR1
169.0NOS3, VHL, FLT1, HIF1A
17
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9.0EDN1, VEGFA, HIF1A
189.0EDN1, VEGFA, HIF1A
19
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9.0HIF1A, FLT1, ACE, AGTR1
209.0HSPA1B, HSPA1A, FLT1, ADRB2
21
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8.9VEGFA, FLT1, CCK, NOS3
22
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Angiogenesis39
8.7NOS3, FLT1, HIF1A, VEGFA
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8.6PIK3C2A, VEGFA, FLT1, NOS3
24
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VEGFR1 specific signals39
8.4VEGFA, HIF1A, FLT1, VHL, NOS3
258.2EDN1, HSPA1B, HSPA1A, HIF1A, VHL, NOS3
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Cytoskeleton remodeling FAK signaling61
Development Endothelin 1 EDNRA transactivation of EGFR61
8.1EDN1, VEGFA, HSPA1B, HSPA1A, NOS3, BDKRB2
27
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7.9EDN1, VEGFA, HSPA1B, HSPA1A, FLT1, NOS3
28
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7.6EDN1, VEGFA, HIF1A, FLT1, ADRB2, CCK
297.2ENO2, EDN1, VEGFA, HIF1A, FLT1, VHL

Compounds for genes affiliated with Acute Mountain Sickness

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Compounds related to Acute Mountain Sickness according to GeneCards/GeneDecks:

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idCompoundScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1nebivolol46 1210.6ACE, ADRB2, EDN1, NOS3
2atenolol46 52 30 25 1213.5AGTR1, ACE, ADRB2, EDN1
3lacidipine469.5EDN1, ACE, AGTR1
4diltiazem46 30 52 1212.5AGTR1, CCK, EDN1, ACE
5enalapril46 52 1211.4EDN1, ACE, ADRB2, AGTR1
6lisinopril46 52 25 1212.4VEGFA, BDKRB2, AGTR1, ACE
7captopril46 62 52 30 1213.3BDKRB2, ACE, EDN1, AGTR1
8perindopril46 52 1211.2VEGFA, NOS3, ACE, AGTR1
9fluvastatin46 52 30 1212.1AGTR1, MB, ACE, NOS3, PIK3C2A
108-isoprostane469.1NOS3, HSPA1A, EDN1, AGTR1
11sunitinib46 52 1211.0HIF1A, VHL, VEGFA, FLT1
12l-nmma469.0HIF1A, CCK, NOS3, BDKRB2, AGTR1, EDN1
13sildenafil30 46 52 25 1213.0NOS3, ACE, EDN1, VEGFA
14ang ii468.9AGTR1, EDN1, VEGFA, ACE, NOS3
15halothane46 52 30 1211.9MB, ADRB2, HSPA1A, PIK3C2A, HIF1A
16radicicol46 62 1210.7HIF1A, NOS3, HSPA1A, VEGFA
17thapsigargin46 629.7BDKRB2, NOS3, HSPA1A, EDN1, CCK, HIF1A
18carvedilol46 52 30 1211.7NOS3, AGTR1, VEGFA, ACE, ADRB2, EDN1
19candesartan46 52 30 1211.7BDKRB2, HIF1A, ACE, NOS3, VEGFA, AGTR1
20nitroglycerin46 129.6EDN1, AGTR1, PIK3C2A, HIF1A, NOS3, ACE
21geldanamycin46 52 62 1211.6VHL, VEGFA, HSPA1A, HIF1A, NOS3
22epinephrine46 25 1210.5AGTR1, ADRB2, HSPA1A, MB, PIK3C2A, EDN1
23atorvastatin46 52 30 25 1212.5PIK3C2A, ACE, NOS3, EDN1, VEGFA
24pge2468.4MB, EDN1, VEGFA, BDKRB2, ADRB2, CCK
25sodium nitroprusside468.3PIK3C2A, EDN1, BDKRB2, HIF1A, AGTR1, MB
26genistein46 30 62 3 25 1213.1AGTR1, BDKRB2, NOS3, FLT1, HIF1A, EDN1
27phosphoinositide468.1ADRB2, BDKRB2, AGTR1, PIK3C2A, EDN1, HIF1A
28actinomycin d468.0VEGFA, AGTR1, VHL, NOS3, HIF1A, HSPA1A
29prostacyclin468.0ACE, NOS3, AGTR1, FLT1, VEGFA, PIK3C2A
30phosphatidylinositol468.0EDN1, HIF1A, FLT1, VHL, BDKRB2, AGTR1
31sb 20358046 628.9EDN1, AGTR1, NOS3, FLT1, HIF1A, HSPA1A
32glutamate467.9CCK, PIK3C2A, ADRB2, NOS3, MB, ENO2
33potassium46 25 129.8AGTR1, HSPA1A, ENO2, VHL, ACE, ADRB2
34pd 98,059467.8HSPA1A, ENO2, BDKRB2, NOS3, EDN1, HIF1A
35doxorubicin46 52 129.8NOS3, HIF1A, FLT1, VEGFA, PIK3C2A, MB
36sodium46 258.7AGTR1, ENO2, BDKRB2, ACE, HSPA1A, PIK3C2A
37acetylcholine46 52 30 25 1211.5ADRB2, EDN1, PIK3C2A, CCK, ACE, NOS3
38arginine467.5HSPA1A, PIK3C2A, EDN1, HIF1A, MB, ADRB2
39dexamethasone46 52 30 1210.4ENO2, CCK, BDKRB2, HIF1A, HSPA1A, VEGFA
40norepinephrine46 25 129.3ACE, MB, PIK3C2A, CCK, ADRB2, EDN1
41superoxide46 258.3PIK3C2A, HSPA1A, HIF1A, FLT1, AGTR1, ADRB2
42cisplatin46 52 62 1210.0PIK3C2A, VEGFA, HSPA1A, HIF1A, FLT1, MB
43creatinine466.9PIK3C2A, ENO2, ACE, AGTR1, BDKRB2, EDN1
44estrogen466.9HSPA1A, ENO2, HIF1A, FLT1, ADRB2, VHL
45glucose466.8VHL, ADRB2, CCK, HIF1A, HSPA1A, PIK3C2A
46nitric oxide46 25 128.6EDN1, ENO2, AGTR1, BDKRB2, NOS3, VHL
47calcium46 52 25 129.5EDN1, ENO2, BDKRB2, AGTR1, NOS3, VHL
48oxygen46 257.4PIK3C2A, ENO2, MB, NOS3, VHL, ADRB2
49tyrosine466.3HIF1A, PIK3C2A, ENO2, FLT1, ADRB2, CCK
50vegf466.1EDN1, PIK3C2A, VEGFA, VHL, NOS3, ADRB2

GO Terms for genes affiliated with Acute Mountain Sickness

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Cellular components related to Acute Mountain Sickness according to GeneCards/GeneDecks:

idNameGO IDScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1endosomeGO:0057689.1BDKRB2, ACE, ADRB2, FLT1
2extracellular spaceGO:0056157.4EDN1, VEGFA, FLT1, CCK, ACE, ENO2
3plasma membraneGO:0058867.3FLT1, ADRB2, ACE, NOS3, ENO2, BDKRB2

Biological processes related to Acute Mountain Sickness according to GeneCards/GeneDecks:

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idNameGO IDScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1regulation of systemic arterial blood pressure by renin-angiotensinGO:00308110.2AGTR1, ACE
2regulation of sodium ion transportGO:00202810.2NOS3, ADRB2
3arachidonic acid secretionGO:05048210.2ACE, BDKRB2
4regulation of systemic arterial blood pressure by endothelinGO:00310010.1NOS3, EDN1
5positive regulation of cytosolic calcium ion concentration involved in phospholipase C-activating G-protein coupled signaling paGO:05148210.1EDN1, AGTR1
6vasoconstrictionGO:04231010.1BDKRB2, EDN1
7positive regulation of chemokine-mediated signaling pathwayGO:07010110.0HIF1A, EDN1
8brown fat cell differentiationGO:05087310.0MB, ADRB2
9regulation of vasodilationGO:04231210.0ADRB2, ACE, AGTR1
10positive regulation of receptor biosynthetic processGO:01087010.0EDN1, HIF1A
11positive regulation of cytosolic calcium ion concentrationGO:0072049.9EDN1, BDKRB2, AGTR1
12regulation of sensory perception of painGO:0519309.8CCK, EDN1
13positive regulation of transcription from RNA polymerase II promoter in response to hypoxiaGO:0614199.7HIF1A, VEGFA
14positive regulation of erythrocyte differentiationGO:0456489.7HIF1A, HSPA1B
15cell surface receptor signaling pathwayGO:0071669.7EDN1, ADRB2, BDKRB2
16dopaminergic neuron differentiationGO:0715429.7VEGFA, HIF1A
17regulation of vasoconstrictionGO:0192299.6AGTR1, BDKRB2, ACE, EDN1
18cellular response to vascular endothelial growth factor stimulusGO:0359249.6FLT1, VEGFA
19positive regulation of neuroblast proliferationGO:0020529.5HIF1A, VEGFA
20kidney developmentGO:0018229.5VEGFA, ACE, AGTR1
21regulation of transcription from RNA polymerase II promoter in response to hypoxiaGO:0614189.5VHL, HIF1A, VEGFA
22cellular response to hypoxiaGO:0714569.5VEGFA, HIF1A, VHL
23patterning of blood vesselsGO:0015699.4FLT1, VEGFA, EDN1
24positive regulation of MAP kinase activityGO:0434069.4EDN1, VEGFA, FLT1
25positive regulation of vascular endothelial growth factor receptor signaling pathwayGO:0309499.4FLT1, HIF1A, VEGFA
26positive regulation of cell migrationGO:0303359.3FLT1, VEGFA, EDN1
27response to hypoxiaGO:0016669.2EDN1, VEGFA, HIF1A, MB
28vascular endothelial growth factor receptor signaling pathwayGO:0480109.1FLT1, VEGFA
29positive regulation of angiogenesisGO:0457669.0VEGFA, HIF1A, FLT1, NOS3
30positive regulation of cell proliferationGO:0082849.0EDN1, VEGFA, FLT1, CCK

Molecular functions related to Acute Mountain Sickness according to GeneCards/GeneDecks:

idNameGO IDScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1bradykinin receptor bindingGO:0317119.5ACE, AGTR1
2protein heterodimerization activityGO:0469828.9AGTR1, BDKRB2, HIF1A, VEGFA
3protein bindingGO:0055156.3AGTR1, EDN1, VEGFA, HSPA1B, HIF1A, FLT1

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