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Transforming Growth Factor
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Definition of Transforming Growth Factor
Transforming Growth Factors are a family of extracellular signaling peptides involved in cell growth stimulation. Found in hematopoietic tissue, various TGF-beta subtypes stimulate wound healing and may inhibit lymphopoiesis and myelopoiesis. TGF-alpha binds to EGFR and stimulates endothelial cell growth.

Transforming Growth Factor is from the group

Growth Factor

Other Names for Transforming Growth Factor

Transforming Growth Factor
Tumor Growth Factors


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