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MCID: RSM001
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Rasmussen Encephalitis (RE) malady

Categories: Rare diseases, Neuronal diseases

Aliases & Classifications for Rasmussen Encephalitis

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Aliases & Descriptions for Rasmussen Encephalitis:

Name: Rasmussen Encephalitis 48 50
Rasmussen's Encephalitis 49
 
Rasmussen Syndrome 68
Re 48

Classifications:



Summaries for Rasmussen Encephalitis

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NINDS:49 Rasmussen’s encephalitis is a rare, chronic inflammatory neurological disease that usually affects only one hemisphere of the brain.  It usually occurs in children under the age of 10 (more rarely in adolescents and adults), and is characterized by frequent and severe seizures, loss of motor skills and speech, paralysis on one side of the body (hemiparesis), inflammation of the brain (encephalitis), and mental deterioration.  Most individuals with Rasmussen’s encephalitis will experience frequent seizures and progressive brain damage in the affected hemisphere of the brain over the course of the first 8 to 12 months, and then enter a phase of permanent, but stable, neurological deficits.  Rasmussen’s encephalitis has features of an autoimmune disease in which immune system cells enter the brain and cause inflammation and damage. Research is ongoing into the causes of this rare disease.

MalaCards based summary: Rasmussen Encephalitis, also known as rasmussen's encephalitis, is related to status epilepticus and encephalitis. An important gene associated with Rasmussen Encephalitis is GRIA3 (Glutamate Ionotropic Receptor AMPA Type Subunit 3), and among its related pathways are IL-9 Signaling Pathways and their Primary Biological Effects in Different Immune Cell Types and Glucocorticoid receptor regulatory network. Affiliated tissues include brain and t cells, and related mouse phenotypes are respiratory system and reproductive system.

NIH Rare Diseases:48 Rasmussen encephalitis is a chronic inflammatory neurological disease that usually affects only one hemisphere of the brain. it most often occurs in children under the age of 10, although adolescents and adults may also be affected. rasmussen encephalitis is characterized by frequent and severe seizures, loss of motor skills and speech, paralysis on one side of the body (hemiparesis), inflammation of the brain (encephalitis), and mental deterioration. while the cause of rasmussen encephalitis is unknown, there is evidence that in many patients it is an autoimmune disorder. immune therapy and surgery may be used for treatment. last updated: 3/22/2012

Related Diseases for Rasmussen Encephalitis

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Diseases in the Rasmussen Encephalitis family:

Rasmussen Subacute Encephalitis

Diseases related to Rasmussen Encephalitis via text searches within MalaCards or GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

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idRelated DiseaseScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1status epilepticus29.9IFNG, IL4, TNF
2encephalitis10.8
3myoglobinuria recurrent10.3IFNG, IL4
4vps11-related autosomal recessive hypomyelinating leukodystrophy10.3IL6, TNF
5tubular renal disease-cardiomyopathy syndrome10.3IL4, TNF
6asymptomatic neurosyphilis10.2IFNG, IL4
7immune-complex glomerulonephritis10.2IFNG, IL4, IL6
8mikulicz disease10.2IL4, IL6, TNF
9gonococcal endophthalmia10.2IL4, IL6, TNF
10gastroschisis abdominal wall defects, included10.2BMP6, IFNG
11autosomal recessive type iv ehlers-danlos syndrome10.2IL4, IL6, TNF
12esophagus lymphoma10.2IFNG, IL6, TNF
13cyclosporiasis10.2IFNG, IL6, TNF
14tuberculosis10.2IL4, IL6, TNF
15conduct disorder10.2IFNG, IL6, TNF
16pancreatic signet ring cell adenocarcinoma10.2IFNG, IL6, TNF
17autosomal dominant deafness-onychodystrophy syndrome10.2IFNG, IL4, TNF
18hereditary alpha tryptasemia syndrome10.2IFNG, IL6, TNF
19thyroid hyalinizing trabecular adenoma10.2IFNG, IL4, IL6
20hepatitis10.2IFNG, IL6, TNF
21erb-duchenne and dejerine-klumpke palsies10.2IFNG, IL6, TNF
22urethral intrinsic sphincter deficiency10.2IFNG, IL4, TNF
23plummer's disease10.2IFNG, IL6, TNF
24hypotrichosis 410.2IFNG, IL4, TNF
25osteodysplasty precocious of danks mayne and kozlowski10.2IFNG, IL4, TNF
26neurotic disorder10.2IFNG, IL4, TNF
27disease of mental health10.2IFNG, IL6, TNF
28follicular adenoma10.2IFNG, IL6, TNF
29rift valley fever10.2IFNG, IL6, TNF
30tularemia10.2IFNG, IL4, TNF
31oral cavity cancer10.2IFNG, IL4, TNF
32depressed scar10.2IFNG, IL6, TNF
33colon adenocarcinoma10.2IL4, IL6, TNF
34mansonelliasis10.2IFNG, IL6, TNF
35abnormal retinal correspondence10.2IFNG, IL4, TNF
36transient tic disorder10.2BMP6, IL6, TNF
37motor peripheral neuropathy10.2IFNG, IL4, TNF
38hereditary night blindness10.2BMP6, IL6, TNF
39classic type lipoma10.2IFNG, IL6, TNF
40infantile hypotonia10.2CCK, SCN1A, TNF
41tracheitis10.2IFNG, IL4, TNF
42lagophthalmos10.2IL4, TNF
43anterior foramen magnum meningioma10.2IFNG, IL6, TNF
44balkan nephropathy10.2IFNG, IL4, TNF
45vulvar nodular hidradenoma10.2IFNG, IL6, TNF
46steroid dehydrogenase deficiency dental anomalies10.2IL18, IL6, TNF
47acquired thrombocytopenia10.1IL18, IL6, TNF
48usher syndrome, type 2a10.1IFNG, IL18, IL6
49dengue hemorrhagic fever10.1IFNG, IL4, TNF
50benign neonatal seizures10.1IL18, IL6, TNF

Graphical network of the top 20 diseases related to Rasmussen Encephalitis:



Diseases related to rasmussen encephalitis

Symptoms & Phenotypes for Rasmussen Encephalitis

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MGI Mouse Phenotypes related to Rasmussen Encephalitis according to GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

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idDescriptionMGI Source AccessionScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1MP:00053888.7ADK, CHRNA7, GAD1, IFNG, IL4, IL6
2MP:00053898.4BMP6, CHRNA7, GRIA3, IFNG, IL15, IL4
3MP:00030128.4CCK, CHRNA7, GAD1, GRIA3, IFNG, IL4
4MP:00053818.3CHRNA7, GAD1, IFNG, IL18, IL4, IL6
5MP:00053908.2BMP6, CHRNA7, GAD1, IFNG, IL4, IL6
6MP:00053798.1CCK, CHRNA7, GAD1, IFNG, IL15, IL4
7MP:00053917.7ADK, CHRNA7, GSR, IFNG, IL18, IL4
8MP:00053767.5ADK, CCK, CHRNA7, GAD1, IFNG, IL18
9MP:00107687.1ADK, CHRNA7, GAD1, GRIA3, IFNG, IL15
10MP:00036317.0ADK, CCK, CHRNA7, GAD1, GRIA3, IFNG
11MP:00053866.8ADK, CCK, CHRNA7, GAD1, GRIA3, IFNG
12MP:00053786.7ADK, BMP6, CHRNA7, GAD1, GRIA3, IFNG

Drugs & Therapeutics for Rasmussen Encephalitis

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Drugs for Rasmussen Encephalitis (from DrugBank, HMDB, Dgidb, PharmGKB, IUPHAR, NovoSeek, BitterDB):

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idNameStatusPhaseClinical TrialsCas NumberPubChem Id
1
Tacrolimusapproved, investigationalPhase 2, Phase 31102104987-11-3445643, 439492
Synonyms:
(-)-FK 506
(3S,4R,5S,8R,9E,12S,14S,15R,16S,18R,19R,26aS)-5,19-dihydroxy-3-{(1E)-1-[(1R,3R,4R)-4-hydroxy-3-methoxycyclohexyl]prop-1-en-2-yl}-14,16-dimethoxy-4,10,12,18-tetramethyl-8-(prop-2-en-1-yl)-5,6,8,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,24,25,26,26a-hexadecahydro-3H-15,19-epoxypyrido[2,1-c][1,4]oxazacyclotricosine-1,7,20,21(4H,23H)-tetrone
104987-11-3
109581-93-3 (Hydrate)
15,19-epoxy-3H-pyrido[2,1-c][1,4]oxaazacyclotricosine-1,7,20,21(23H)-tetrone,
3S-[3R*[E(1S*,3S*,4S*)],4S*,5R*,8S*,9E,12R*,14R*,15S*,16R*,18S*,19S*,26aR*]]-5,6,8,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,24,25,26,26a-hexadecahydro-5, 19-dihydroxy-3-[2-(4-hydroxy-3-methoxycyclohexyl)-1-methylethenyl]-14,16-dimethoxy-4,10,12,18-tetramethyl-8-(2-propenyl)-15,19-epoxy-3H-pyrido[2,1-c] [1,4] oxaazacyclotricosine-1,7,20,21(4H,23H)-tetrone
8-DEETHYL-8-[BUT-3-ENYL]-ASCOMYCIN
AC-1182
AC1L1K7H
AC1L97GB
AC1L9IBU
AKOS005145901
Advagraf
Ambap104987-11-3
Ambap5429
Anhydrous tacrolimus
BCBcMAP01_000194
BRD-K35452788-001-02-1
BSPBio-001279
BSPBio_001279
Bio-0921
Bio2_000470
Bio2_000950
C01375
C44H69NO10
CCRIS 7124
CHEBI:100924
CHEBI:61049
CHEMBL1200738
CID11158639
CID11556866
CID439492
CID445643
CID5372
CID5472317
CID6426916
CID6436007
CID6473866
CID6536850
CID6610362
CID6912836
CID9832283
CID9853905
CID9918805
CID9940643
CID9963169
CPD-10016
CPD000466356
D08556
DB00864
DivK1c_001040
FK 506
FK-506
FK5
FK506
FR 900506
FR-900506
 
FR900506
FT-0082660
Fk-506
Fujimycin
Graceptor
HMS1362O21
HMS1792O21
HMS1990O21
HMS2051C18
HMS2093M19
HMS503O21
IDI1_001040
IDI1_002225
K506
KBio1_001040
KBio2_000619
KBio2_003187
KBio2_005755
KBio3_001097
KBio3_001098
KBioGR_000619
KBioSS_000619
L 679934
L-679934
LCP-Tacro
LMPK04000003
LS-64247
MLS000759471
MLS001424054
Modigraf
MolPort-003-666-518
NCGC00163470-01
NCGC00163470-02
NCGC00163470-03
NCGC00163470-04
NCGC00179232-01
NChemBio.2007.16-comp1
NINDS_001040
NSC717865
Prograf
Prograf (TN)
Protopic
Protopy
S5003_Selleck
SAM001246677
SMR000466356
Tacarolimus
Tacrolimus (INN)
Tacrolimus (Prograf?)
Tacrolimus (anhydrous)
Tacrolimus anhydrous
Tacrolimus hydrate
Tacrolimus, anhydrous
Tsukubaenolide
UNII-Y5L2157C4J
nchembio.2007.23-comp2
tacrolimus
tacrolimus hydrate
2Immunosuppressive AgentsPhase 2, Phase 313086
3Rho(D) Immune GlobulinPhase 2, Phase 3326
4AntibodiesPhase 2, Phase 36394
5Immunoglobulins, IntravenousPhase 2, Phase 3333
6ImmunoglobulinsPhase 2, Phase 36394
7Calcineurin InhibitorsPhase 2, Phase 31622
8gamma-GlobulinsPhase 2, Phase 3326
9
rituximabapprovedPhase 11692174722-31-710201696
Synonyms:
AntiCD20
IDEC-102
IDEC-C2B8
 
Ig gamma-1 chain C region
MabThera
Mabthera
Rituxan
rituximab
10Antirheumatic AgentsPhase 110956

Interventional clinical trials:

idNameStatusNCT IDPhase
1Efficacy of Tacrolimus and I.V.-Immunoglobulins in Rasmussen EncephalitisUnknown statusNCT00545493Phase 2, Phase 3
2A Pilot Study of the Use of Rituximab in the Treatment of Chronic Focal EncephalitisCompletedNCT00259805Phase 1

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Genetic Tests for Rasmussen Encephalitis

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Anatomical Context for Rasmussen Encephalitis

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MalaCards organs/tissues related to Rasmussen Encephalitis:

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Brain, T cells

Publications for Rasmussen Encephalitis

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Articles related to Rasmussen Encephalitis:

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idTitleAuthorsYear
1
Rasmussen Encephalitis. (28042372)
2017
2
Rasmussen encephalitis tissue transfer program. (27286752)
2016
3
Evidence for Resident Memory T Cells in Rasmussen Encephalitis. (26941743)
2016
4
Teaching NeuroImages: Radiographic progression in late-onset Rasmussen encephalitis. (27597560)
2016
5
Shared HLA Class I and II Alleles and Clonally Restricted Public and Private Brain-Infiltrating I+I^ T Cells in a Cohort of Rasmussen Encephalitis Surgery Patients. (28066418)
2016
6
Late onset Rasmussen encephalitis: complete remission after one session of plasmapheresis. (26918748)
2016
7
Evidence for Resident Memory T cells in Rasmussen Encephalitis. (27397698)
2016
8
CD8(+) T-cell pathogenicity in Rasmussen encephalitis elucidated by large-scale T-cell receptor sequencing. (27040081)
2016
9
Absence of seizures in Rasmussen encephalitis with active inflammation. (26775150)
2016
10
Transcranial direct current stimulation improves seizure control in patients with Rasmussen encephalitis. (26842560)
2016
11
Rethinking the Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings inA EarlyA Rasmussen Encephalitis: A Case Report and Review ofA theA Literature. (27004940)
2015
12
Rasmussen encephalitis and comorbid autoimmune diseases: A window into disease mechanism? (26082956)
2015
13
Rasmussen encephalitis with dual pathology in a patient without seizures: case report and literature review. (26033376)
2015
14
Crossed Cerebellar Diaschisis Due to Rasmussen Encephalitis. (26105956)
2015
15
Teaching NeuroImages: Diffusion tensor tractography of cortico-ponto-cerebellar pathways in Rasmussen encephalitis. (26170405)
2015
16
Rasmussen encephalitis: Response to early immunotherapy in a case of immune-mediated encephalitis. (25738166)
2015
17
In Rasmussen encephalitis, hemichannels associated with microglial activation are linked to cortical pyramidal neuron coupling: a possible mechanism for cellular hyperexcitability. (25438677)
2015
18
Language recovery after left hemispherotomy for Rasmussen encephalitis. (26519666)
2015
19
Rasmussen encephalitis and comorbid autoimmune diseases: A window into disease mechanism? (25901061)
2015
20
Evidence for the involvement of gamma delta T cells in the immune response in Rasmussen encephalitis. (26186920)
2015
21
The dilemma of adult-onset Rasmussen encephalitis clinical assessment: Proposal for a new bedside tool to evaluate disease progression. (25960424)
2015
22
Pediatric anti-Hu-associated encephalitis with clinical features of Rasmussen encephalitis. (26445726)
2015
23
Transition into adulthood: tuberous sclerosis complex, Sturge-Weber syndrome, and Rasmussen encephalitis. (25209083)
2014
24
Rasmussen encephalitis and comorbid autoimmune diseases: A window into disease mechanism? (25142901)
2014
25
A case of rasmussen encephalitis: the differential diagnoses and role of diagnostic imaging. (24498485)
2014
26
Rasmussen encephalitis: an unusual cause for intractable seizures in elderly. (24045872)
2014
27
Surgical treatment of patients with Rasmussen encephalitis. (24503650)
2014
28
Voltage-gated potassium channels autoantibodies in a child with rasmussen encephalitis. (25062271)
2014
29
Hemispherotomy in Rasmussen encephalitis: long-term outcome in an Italian series of 16 patients. (24815913)
2014
30
Editorial comment: The janus of Rasmussen encephalitis: never a friendly face. (25149948)
2014
31
Mechanisms of epileptogenesis in pediatric epileptic syndromes: Rasmussen encephalitis, infantile spasms, and febrile infection-related epilepsy syndrome (FIRES). (24639375)
2014
32
Long-term outcome after limited cortical resections in two cases of adult-onset Rasmussen encephalitis. (24702622)
2014
33
Exceptional verbal intelligence after hemispherotomy in a child with Rasmussen encephalitis. (24471481)
2014
34
A role for the CXCR3/CXCL10 axis in Rasmussen encephalitis. (24080276)
2013
35
Rasmussen encephalitis: incidence and course under randomized therapy with tacrolimus or intravenous immunoglobulins. (23216622)
2013
36
Altered transporter-mediated neocortical GABA release in Rasmussen encephalitis. (23360283)
2013
37
Upregulation of adenosine kinase in Rasmussen encephalitis. (24128682)
2013
38
Rasmussen encephalitis. (23622199)
2013
39
Differential expression of interferon-I^ and chemokine genes distinguishes Rasmussen encephalitis from cortical dysplasia and provides evidence for an early Th1 immune response. (23639073)
2013
40
Hemiatrophy and seizures: a case of adult-onset Rasmussen encephalitis. (23315464)
2013
41
Clinical application and evaluation of the Bien diagnostic criteria for Rasmussen encephalitis. (23980696)
2013
42
Clinico-pathological investigations of Rasmussen encephalitis suggest multifocal disease progression and associated focal cortical dysplasia. (23531608)
2013
43
Rasmussen encephalitis treated with natalizumab. (23794679)
2013
44
Automated 3D MRI volumetry reveals regional atrophy differences in Rasmussen encephalitis. (22309137)
2012
45
Intimal thickening of meningeal arteries after serial corticectomies for Rasmussen encephalitis. (22401768)
2012
46
Bilateral Rasmussen encephalitis. (21216675)
2011
47
Parry-Romberg syndrome and Rasmussen encephalitis: possible association. Clinical and neuroimaging features. (19555404)
2011
48
Atypical presentation in Rasmussen encephalitis: delayed late-onset periodic epileptic spasms. (21896424)
2011
49
Early add-on immunoglobulin administration in Rasmussen encephalitis: the hypothesis of neuroimmunomodulation. (21885203)
2011
50
Treatment of Rasmussen encephalitis half a century after its initial description: promising prospects and a dilemma. (19615863)
2009

Variations for Rasmussen Encephalitis

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Expression for genes affiliated with Rasmussen Encephalitis

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Pathways for genes affiliated with Rasmussen Encephalitis

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Pathways related to Rasmussen Encephalitis according to GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

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idSuper pathwaysScoreTop Affiliating Genes
110.0IL4, IL6
29.6IFNG, IL4, IL6
39.6IL4, IL6, TNF
49.6IL4, IL6, TNF
59.6IL4, IL6, TNF
69.6IFNG, IL6, TNF
79.6IFNG, IL6, TNF
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9.6IFNG, IL6, TNF
99.6IFNG, IL6, TNF
109.6IFNG, IL6, TNF
11
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9.5IFNG, IL4, TNF
12
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9.5IFNG, IL18, IL6
139.4IL18, IL6, TNF
14
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9.4BMP6, IFNG, TNF
159.4IL15, IL6, TNF
169.4IFNG, IL18, TNF
179.3CHRNA7, IL6, SST, TNF
18
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9.3GZMB, IFNG, TNF
19
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9.3IFNG, IL4, IL6, TNF
20
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9.3IFNG, IL4, IL6, TNF
21
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9.3IFNG, IL4, IL6, TNF
229.3IFNG, IL4, IL6, TNF
239.2IL18, IL4, IL6, TNF
249.2IL18, IL4, IL6, TNF
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9.1IFNG, IL18, IL6, TNF
269.1IFNG, IL18, IL6, TNF
279.1IFNG, IL18, IL6, TNF
289.1IFNG, IL18, IL6, TNF
29
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9.1GZMB, IFNG, IL4, IL6
30
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9.1IFNG, IL15, IL4, IL6
319.0GZMB, IFNG, IL4, TNF
32
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9.0GZMB, IFNG, IL4, TNF
33
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8.9GZMB, IFNG, IL18, IL4
34
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8.8IFNG, IL18, IL4, IL6, TNF
35
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8.8GZMB, IFNG, IL15, TNF
368.8IFNG, IL15, IL4, IL6, TNF
378.8IFNG, IL15, IL4, IL6, TNF
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8.7GSR, IFNG, IL4, IL6, TNF
398.6IFNG, IL15, IL18, IL6, TNF
408.3IFNG, IL15, IL18, IL4, IL6, TNF
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8.3IFNG, IL15, IL18, IL4, IL6, TNF
42
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8.3IFNG, IL15, IL18, IL4, IL6, TNF
438.2BMP6, IL15, IL18, IL4, IL6, TNF
448.0GZMB, IFNG, IL15, IL18, IL4, TNF
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7.4GAD1, GZMB, IFNG, IL15, IL4, IL6

GO Terms for genes affiliated with Rasmussen Encephalitis

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Cellular components related to Rasmussen Encephalitis according to GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

idNameGO IDScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1axon initial segmentGO:004319410.6CCK, SCN1A
2voltage-gated sodium channel complexGO:000151810.0SCN1A, SCN2B
3external side of plasma membraneGO:00098979.4GSR, IFNG, IL4, IL6, TNF
4extracellular regionGO:00055768.0BMP6, CCK, IFNG, IL15, IL18, IL4
5extracellular spaceGO:00056157.5BMP6, CCK, IFNG, IL15, IL18, IL4

Biological processes related to Rasmussen Encephalitis according to GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

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idNameGO IDScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1cardiac muscle cell action potential involved in contractionGO:008600210.8SCN1A, SCN2B
2neutrophil apoptotic processGO:000178110.7IFNG, IL6
3epithelial cell proliferation involved in salivary gland morphogenesisGO:006066410.7IL6, TNF
4positive regulation of protein import into nucleus, translocationGO:003316010.7IFNG, IL6
5negative regulation of lipid storageGO:001088810.7IL6, TNF
6positive regulation of chemokine productionGO:003272210.6IL6, TNF
7positive regulation of isotype switching to IgG isotypesGO:004830410.6IFNG, IL4
8positive regulation of MHC class II biosynthetic processGO:004534810.6IFNG, IL4
9positive regulation of mononuclear cell migrationGO:007167710.6IL4, TNF
10negative regulation of growth of symbiont in hostGO:004413010.6IFNG, TNF
11positive regulation of calcidiol 1-monooxygenase activityGO:006055910.6IFNG, TNF
12positive regulation of membrane protein ectodomain proteolysisGO:005104410.6IFNG, TNF
13positive regulation of T-helper 2 cell differentiationGO:004563010.5IL18, IL6
14positive regulation of vitamin D biosynthetic processGO:006055710.5IFNG, TNF
15defense response to protozoanGO:004283210.4IFNG, IL4, IL6
16humoral immune responseGO:000695910.3IFNG, IL6, TNF
17positive regulation of sequence-specific DNA binding transcription factor activityGO:005109110.3IL4, IL6, TNF
18regulation of postsynaptic membrane potentialGO:006007810.3CHRNA7, SCN1A, SCN2B
19positive regulation of peptidyl-tyrosine phosphorylationGO:005073110.3CCK, IL4, IL6
20positive regulation of nitric oxide biosynthetic processGO:004542910.3IFNG, IL6, TNF
21regulation of defense response to virus by hostGO:005069110.3IFNG, IL15
22positive regulation of chemokine biosynthetic processGO:004508010.3IFNG, IL4, TNF
23positive regulation of neuron differentiationGO:004566610.2BMP6, IFNG, IL6
24positive regulation of interleukin-17 productionGO:003274010.2IL15, IL18
25positive regulation of natural killer cell proliferationGO:003281910.2IL15, IL18
26positive regulation of tissue remodelingGO:003410510.2IL15, IL18
27positive regulation of protein kinase B signalingGO:005189710.2IL18, IL6, TNF
28positive regulation of smooth muscle cell proliferationGO:004866110.2IL18, IL6, TNF
29positive regulation of protein phosphorylationGO:000193410.0CHRNA7, IFNG, IL4, TNF
30positive regulation of tyrosine phosphorylation of Stat3 proteinGO:00425179.9IL15, IL18, IL6
31positive regulation of T cell proliferationGO:00421029.8IFNG, IL15, IL4, IL6
32positive regulation of tyrosine phosphorylation of STAT proteinGO:00425319.8IFNG, IL18, IL4, IL6
33type 2 immune responseGO:00420929.7IL18, IL4
34response to glucocorticoidGO:00513849.6BMP6, IL6, TNF
35inflammatory responseGO:00069549.3BMP6, IL15, IL18, IL6, TNF
36positive regulation of cell proliferationGO:00082849.2CCK, CHRNA7, IFNG, IL15, IL4, IL6
37positive regulation of transcription from RNA polymerase II promoterGO:00459449.1BMP6, IFNG, IL18, IL4, IL6, TNF
38response to drugGO:00424939.0GAD1, IFNG, IL4, IL6, SST
39immune responseGO:00069558.7BMP6, IFNG, IL15, IL18, IL4, IL6

Molecular functions related to Rasmussen Encephalitis according to GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

idNameGO IDScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1cytokine activityGO:00051257.9BMP6, IFNG, IL15, IL18, IL4, IL6

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