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immunological and profibrogenic mediators, comparing to skin. On the other hand, mucosa can be characterized by highly effective epithelial renewal and fast-rate proliferation of underlying fibroblasts [ 30 ]. All this can be attributed to the presence of cells with stemness features, enabling continuous restoration of tissues from the oral cavity [ 31 ]. Furthermore, salivary exosomes have been identified as highly informative nanovesicles. They have shown a pathway and machinery by which cancer-derived biomarkers can be ferried through the systemic circulation into the oral
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that VEGFA interacts with other genes including INSR and KIT, which also belong to both ontology groups ( Fig. 6 ). which is confirmed by the research of our team [ 22 , 23 ].
Another interesting gene is the insulin receptor INSR. Insulin plays an important role in the ovary because it is an important mediator for the development of follicles, steroidogenesis, oocyte maturation as well as embryo development. INSR was first identified in the granular cells of antral human follicles and is the insulin receptor mediating the action of insulin on oocytes. In 2008, INSR
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fertilization, as well as in gamete and embryo transport through an influence on prostaglandin production [ 15 ].
IL24 encodes interleukin 24, a cytokine expressed in the tissues of immune system, such as the thymus, spleen, peripheral blood leukocytes and melanocytes, involved in immune regulation, wound healing and protection against bacterial infections. However, at supra-physiological levels, it exerts anti-cancer properties, such as apoptosis induction, inhibition of invasion or autophagy [ 16 ]. Moreover, IL-24-mediated apoptosis is limited to cancer cells without