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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:negative regulation of natural killer cell proliferation involved in immune response
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Definition:Any process that stops, prevents, or reduces the frequency, rate or extent of natural killer cell proliferation as part of an immune response.
Synonyms:narrow_synonym: inhibition of natural killer cell proliferation during immune response
 related_synonym: down regulation of natural killer cell proliferation during immune response;   downregulation of natural killer cell proliferation during immune response;   negative regulation of NK cell proliferation during immune response;   negative regulation of natural killer cell proliferation during immune response


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  biological_process 19336
    immune system process 2611
      immune effector process 823
        negative regulation of immune effector process 139
          negative regulation of natural killer cell proliferation involved in immune response 0
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  biological_process 19336
    biological regulation 13340
      regulation of biological process 12655
        regulation of cellular process 11995
          regulation of cell activation 683
            regulation of leukocyte activation 641
              regulation of lymphocyte activation 537
                regulation of natural killer cell activation 45
                  negative regulation of natural killer cell activation 12
                    negative regulation of natural killer cell proliferation 0
                      negative regulation of natural killer cell proliferation involved in immune response 0
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