Ralf Stephan

 ORCID
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4650-631X
Authored Pathways (15/72)
Date Identifier Pathway Reference
2021-08-03 R-HSA-9749641 Aspirin ADME BibTex
2021-05-03 R-HSA-9705683 SARS-CoV-2-host interactions BibTex
2021-05-03 R-HSA-9754678 SARS-CoV-2 modulates host translation machinery BibTex
2021-05-03 R-HSA-9705671 SARS-CoV-2 activates/modulates innate and adaptive immune responses BibTex
2021-05-03 R-HSA-9754560 SARS-CoV-2 modulates autophagy BibTex
2021-05-03 R-HSA-9755779 SARS-CoV-2 targets host intracellular signalling and regulatory pathways BibTex
2020-11-19 R-HSA-9708530 Regulation of BACH1 activity BibTex
2020-11-19 R-HSA-9711123 Cellular response to chemical stress BibTex
2020-11-19 R-HSA-9711097 Cellular response to starvation BibTex
2020-11-12 R-HSA-9707616 Heme signaling BibTex
2020-11-12 R-HSA-9707564 Cytoprotection by HMOX1 BibTex
2020-11-12 R-HSA-9707587 Regulation of HMOX1 expression and activity BibTex
2020-08-28 R-HSA-9694594 Maturation of protein M BibTex
2020-08-28 R-HSA-9694631 Maturation of nucleoprotein BibTex
2020-08-28 R-HSA-9694719 Maturation of protein 3a BibTex
Authored Reactions (15/392)
Date Identifier Reaction Reference
2022-04-20 R-HSA-9771686 nsp12 acquires Fe-S cluster cofactors BibTex
2022-02-23 R-HSA-9766608 PRMT1 binds type I PRMT inhibitors BibTex
2022-02-17 R-HSA-9765952 nsp12 guanylates nsp7 BibTex
2021-08-17 R-HSA-9749792 CES1,CES2 hydrolyze ASA- to ST BibTex
2021-08-17 R-HSA-9750016 CYP2,3 cytochromes hydroxylate ST to 2,5-DHBA BibTex
2021-08-17 R-HSA-9749971 ACSM2B-like proteins transform 2,5-DHBA to 2,5-DHB-CoA BibTex
2021-08-09 R-HSA-9750001 GLYAT-like proteins transfer glycine to 2,5-DHB-CoA to form gentisuric acid BibTex
2021-08-09 R-HSA-9750660 Glycine conjugates translocates from mitochondrial matrix to cytosol BibTex
2021-08-09 R-HSA-9750656 ABCC2, ABCC3 transport salicylate metabolites from cytosol to extracellular region of hepatic cells BibTex
2021-08-09 R-HSA-9750666 ALB binds ST BibTex
2021-08-05 R-HSA-9757445 ST translocates from ER lumen to cytosol of GI cells BibTex
2021-08-05 R-HSA-9749986 CYP2,3 cytochromes hydroxylate ST to 2,3-DHBA BibTex
2021-08-05 R-HSA-9749977 UGT1A6 glucuronates ST BibTex
2021-08-04 R-HSA-9757454 ST translocates from cytosol to mitochondrial matrix of hepatocytes BibTex
2021-08-04 R-HSA-9757451 ASA-,ST translocate from cytosol to ER lumen of hepatocytes BibTex
Reviewed Pathways (2/2)
Date Identifier Pathway Reference
2019-02-13 R-MTU-9635470 Dimycocersyl phthiocerol biosynthesis BibTex
2011-10-31 R-HSA-1660662 Glycosphingolipid metabolism BibTex
Reviewed Reactions (15/28)
Date Identifier Reaction Reference
2019-02-19 R-MTU-9637589 MmpL7 transports PDIM from the cytosol to the cell wall BibTex
2019-02-13 R-MTU-9635440 PapA5 transforms mycocerosyl to PDIM BibTex
2019-02-13 R-MTU-9635452 Pks5 transforms LFCA adenylate ester to mycocerosyl BibTex
2019-02-13 R-MTU-9635428 FadD26, FadD28 transfer LCFA adenylate ester to Pks5 BibTex
2019-02-13 R-MTU-9635480 FadD26, FadD28 transfer adenylyl group to a LCFA BibTex
2011-10-31 R-HSA-1861788 Glucosylceramidase 2 cleaves the glucosidic bond of glucocerebroside to form ceramide (plasma membrane) BibTex
2011-10-31 R-HSA-1638104 Ceramide glucosyltransferase (UGCG) catalyses the transfer of glucose to ceramide BibTex
2011-10-31 R-HSA-1861789 Glucosylceramidase 3 cleaves the glucosidic bond of glucocerebroside to form ceramide (cytosol) BibTex
2011-10-31 R-HSA-1605595 Hexosaminidase A cleaves GalNAc from GM2 to form GM3 BibTex
2011-10-31 R-HSA-1605717 Ganglioside GM2 activator presents GM2 to hexosaminidase for cleavage BibTex
2011-10-31 R-HSA-1605624 Beta-galactosidase hydrolyses GM1 to GM2 BibTex
2011-10-31 R-HSA-1605723 Neu5Ac is cleaved from GM3 by NEU2 to form a globoside (cytosol) BibTex
2011-10-31 R-HSA-1605724 Neu5Ac is cleaved from GM3 by NEU1 and 4 to form a globoside (lysosomal lumen) BibTex
2011-10-31 R-HSA-1606288 Sphingomyelin phosphodiesterase 4 (SMPD4) hydrolyses sphingomyelin to ceramide (ER membrane) BibTex
2011-10-31 R-HSA-1606807 Arylsulfatase A hydrolyses sulfate from sulfatide to form cerebroside BibTex
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