Acts upstream of, negative effect
From GO Wiki
- c 'acts upstream of, negative effect' p if c is enables f, and f is causally upstream of p, and the direction of f is negative
- With respect to a given process, a gene product 'acts upstream of, negative effect' if its molecular function (activity) is: 1) executed before the beginning of the process and 2) prevents the process from occuring.
Examples of Usage
- The Cdc42 effectors Ste20, Cla4, and Skm1 down-regulate the expression of genes involved in sterol uptake by a mitogen-activated protein kinase-independent pathway.
- A gene product that binds a 3'-UTR to represses translation of an mRNA 'acts upstream of, negative effect' with respect to the process in which the resulting gene product is involved.
- GP enables mRNA 3'-UTR
- GP acts upstream of, negative effect gene product process
- A gene product that is part of a heterochormatic silencing complex may 'act upstream of, negative effect' for the process is which a transcribed gene is involved.
- Biosynthesis of a molecule that inhibits a downstream process (is sfrp synthesis an example?)
- Post-translational modification of a secreted inhibitor
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Last reviewed: March 9, 2018