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Term:formation of animal organ boundary
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Accession:GO:0010160 term browser browse the term
Definition:The regionalization process that specifies animal organ primordium boundaries resulting in a restriction of organogenesis to a limited spatial domain and keeping the organ separate from surrounding tissues.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: organ boundary specification
 alt_id: GO:0048862


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Ntf4 neurotrophin 4 ISO
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MGI:MGI:1933845 (MGI:MGI:1345538|PMID:10479455) RGD PMID:10479455, PMID:10479455 MGI:MGI:1345538, RGD:8554019 NCBI chr 1:101,405,314...101,408,145
Ensembl chr 1:101,405,314...101,408,145
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  biological_process 20014
    developmental process 6812
      anatomical structure formation involved in morphogenesis 1210
        formation of anatomical boundary 5
          formation of animal organ boundary 1
            salivary gland boundary specification + 0
            sensory organ boundary specification + 1
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  biological_process 20014
    developmental process 6812
      anatomical structure development 6256
        multicellular organism development 5735
          system development 5272
            animal organ development 4027
              animal organ morphogenesis 1148
                animal organ formation 76
                  formation of animal organ boundary 1
                    salivary gland boundary specification + 0
                    sensory organ boundary specification + 1
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