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Term:negative regulation of chronic inflammatory response to antigenic stimulus
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Accession:GO:0002875 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that stops, prevents, or reduces the frequency, rate, or extent of a chronic inflammatory response to an antigenic stimulus.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: down regulation of chronic inflammatory response to antigenic stimulus;   downregulation of chronic inflammatory response to antigenic stimulus
 narrow_synonym: inhibition of chronic inflammatory response to antigenic stimulus


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Il10 interleukin 10 JBrowse link 13 47,738,933 47,743,392 RGD:1624291

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  biological_process 19336
    response to stimulus 10395
      immune response 1552
        negative regulation of immune response 164
          negative regulation of inflammatory response to antigenic stimulus 16
            negative regulation of chronic inflammatory response to antigenic stimulus 1
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  biological_process 19336
    biological regulation 13340
      regulation of biological process 12655
        regulation of response to stimulus 3955
          regulation of response to stress 1352
            regulation of defense response 600
              regulation of inflammatory response 354
                regulation of chronic inflammatory response 11
                  negative regulation of chronic inflammatory response 6
                    negative regulation of chronic inflammatory response to antigenic stimulus 1
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