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RAAS Cell Connectome

The Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System (RAAS) is a hormone system within the body that regulates blood pressure and fluid balance, and is primarily regulated by the rate of renal blood flow. The RAAS system is mainly comprised of the three hormones: renin, angiotensin II and aldosterone. The blockers of the RAAS, including renin inhibitors, angiotensin (Ang)-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors, Ang II type 1 receptor antagonists, and mineralocorticoid receptor antagonists, play a cornerstone role in the hypertension treatment.

There are also non-classical aspects of the RAAS system (Ref: Bader, 2010), with components distributed throughout various tissues of the body.

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RAAS connectome of interactions:

The RAAS connectome consists of a series of interactions that involve different biomolecules at different cell types, tissues, and organs:

Cell types in RAAS connectome (from CL)

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Locations (from UBERON)

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Connections / Vicinity

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Lineage

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Biological Processes (from GO)

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Biomarkers

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Expression and sequencing

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Pathways and functional maps

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Images and graphs

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Associated cell lines (from CLO)

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