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Term:negative regulation of tolerance induction dependent upon immune response
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Definition:Any process that stops, prevents, or reduces the frequency, rate, or extent of tolerance induction dependent upon immune response.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: down regulation of tolerance induction dependent upon immune response;   downregulation of tolerance induction dependent upon immune response;   negative regulation of immune response-dependent tolerance induction
 narrow_synonym: inhibition of tolerance induction dependent upon immune response


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  biological_process 20017
    negative regulation of biological process 5710
      negative regulation of immune system process 479
        negative regulation of tolerance induction 2
          negative regulation of tolerance induction dependent upon immune response 0
            negative regulation of peripheral tolerance induction + 0
            negative regulation of tolerance induction to nonself antigen 0
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  biological_process 20017
    developmental process 6813
      anatomical structure development 6256
        multicellular organism development 5735
          system development 5272
            immune system development 1073
              tolerance induction 32
                regulation of tolerance induction 19
                  negative regulation of tolerance induction 2
                    negative regulation of tolerance induction dependent upon immune response 0
                      negative regulation of peripheral tolerance induction + 0
                      negative regulation of tolerance induction to nonself antigen 0
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