description
Semaphorins are a large family of cell surface and secreted guidance molecules divided into eight classes on the basis of their structures. They all have an N-terminal conserved sema domain. Semaphorins signal through multimeric receptor complexes that include other proteins such as plexins and neuropilins

external resources
NCBI:1270304
REACTOME:R-HSA-373755
PUBMED:12593985
PUBMED:12471249
PUBMED:18269210
PUBMED:16939971
PUBMED:18374575

genes
RHOA , RHOB , RHOC , RHOG , CD72 , CDC42 , CDK5 , CFL1 , CRMP1 , DPYSL2 , DPYSL3 , ERBB2 , FES , FYN , ARHGAP35 , GSK3B , HSP90AA1 , HSP90AB1 , ITGA1 , ITGB1 , LIMK1 , LIMK2 , MET , MYH9 , MYH10 , MYH11 , MYL6 , PAK1 , PAK2 , PAK3 , PLXNA1 , PLXNA2 , PLXNB1 , PLXNB3 , PTPRC , RAC1 , RAC2 , ROCK1 , RRAS , TLN1 , TYROBP , SEMA7A , NRP1 , CDK5R1 , SEMA5A , ROCK2 , SEMA3E , ARHGEF11 , FARP2 , PLXNC1 , SEMA3A , MYL9 , SEMA4D , DPYSL4 , PLXND1 , ARHGEF12 , PIP5K1C , RND1 , TREM2 , PLXNA3 , DPYSL5 , SEMA6A , SEMA4A , MYH14 , SEMA6D , PLXNA4 , MYL12B ,