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Term:host programmed cell death induced by symbiont
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Accession:GO:0034050 term browser browse the term
Definition:Cell death in a host resulting from activation of host endogenous cellular processes after direct or indirect interaction with a symbiont (defined as the smaller of two, or more, organisms engaged in symbiosis, a close interaction encompassing mutualism through parasitism). An example of direct interaction is contact with penetrating hyphae of a fungus; an example of indirect interaction is encountering symbiont-secreted molecules.
Comment:Note that this term is to be used to annotate gene products in the host, not the symbiont. To annotate gene products in the symbiont that induce programmed cell death in the host, consider the biological process term 'induction by symbiont of host programmed cell death ; GO:0052044'.

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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Jak2 Janus kinase 2 ISO (MGI:MGI:5009182|PMID:12426001) RGD PMID:12426001 MGI:MGI:5009182 NCBI chr 1:247,398,667...247,457,521
Ensembl chr 1:247,398,598...247,458,509
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  biological_process 20028
    cellular process 18800
      cell death 2137
        programmed cell death 1948
          host programmed cell death induced by symbiont 1
            plant-type hypersensitive response + 0
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