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Term:regulation of cell communication by chemical coupling
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Definition:Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of cell communication via chemical coupling. Cell communication by chemical coupling is the process that mediates signaling interactions between one cell and another cell by the transfer of small, water-soluble molecules or metabolites between their adjacent cytoplasms via intercellular protein channels.


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Gja1 gap junction protein, alpha 1 JBrowse link 20 37,876,650 37,889,097 RGD:7207816
G Gja5 gap junction protein, alpha 5 JBrowse link 2 199,162,745 199,184,942 RGD:7207816

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  biological_process 18008
    cellular process 16139
      cell communication 7152
        cell communication by chemical coupling 3
          regulation of cell communication by chemical coupling 2
            negative regulation of cell communication by chemical coupling 0
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  biological_process 18008
    biological regulation 12699
      regulation of biological process 12031
        regulation of cellular process 11369
          regulation of cell communication 3402
            regulation of cell communication by chemical coupling 2
              negative regulation of cell communication by chemical coupling 0
              positive regulation of cell communication by chemical coupling 2
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