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Term:response to cobalamin
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Accession:GO:0033590 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that results in a change in state or activity of a cell or an organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of a cobalamin (vitamin B12) stimulus.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: response to vitamin B12


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Cd40 CD40 molecule JBrowse link 3 161,519,789 161,534,943 RGD:2313422
G Cd40lg CD40 ligand JBrowse link X 159,703,703 159,714,886 RGD:2313422
G Egfr epidermal growth factor receptor JBrowse link 14 99,919,485 100,104,136 RGD:5131503
G Hp haptoglobin JBrowse link 19 42,096,255 42,100,805 RGD:1643101
G Mt-cyb mitochondrially encoded cytochrome b JBrowse link MT 14,136 15,278 RGD:2298965
G Rela RELA proto-oncogene, NF-kB subunit JBrowse link 1 220,992,770 221,003,249 RGD:2298839
G Sds serine dehydratase JBrowse link 12 41,620,429 41,627,741 RGD:2311256

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  biological_process 18166
    response to stimulus 9928
      response to chemical 6195
        response to drug 1545
          response to cobalamin 7
            cellular response to cobalamin 0
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  biological_process 18166
    response to stimulus 9928
      response to external stimulus 2945
        response to extracellular stimulus 779
          response to nutrient levels 749
            response to nutrient 373
              response to vitamin 178
                response to cobalamin 7
                  cellular response to cobalamin 0
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