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Term:osteoclast maturation
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Accession:GO:0036179 term browser browse the term
Definition:A developmental process, independent of morphogenetic (shape) change, that is required for an osteoclast cell to attain its fully functional state. An osteoclast is a specialized phagocytic cell associated with the absorption and removal of the mineralized matrix of bone tissue, and which typically differentiates from monocytes.
Synonyms:related_synonym: chondroclast maturation


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Fam20c FAM20C, golgi associated secretory pathway kinase ISO MGI:2656539|MGI:5428020 (MGI:5427766|PMID:22615579) RGD PMID:22615579 MGI:5427766 NCBI chr12:17,913,771...17,972,733
Ensembl chr12:17,913,767...17,972,737
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  biological_process 20020
    cellular process 18792
      cellular developmental process 4457
        cell maturation 226
          osteoclast maturation 1
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  biological_process 20020
    developmental process 6826
      anatomical structure development 6268
        multicellular organism development 5743
          system development 5279
            immune system development 1074
              hematopoietic or lymphoid organ development 1009
                hemopoiesis 957
                  leukocyte differentiation 598
                    myeloid leukocyte differentiation 234
                      osteoclast differentiation 110
                        osteoclast development 18
                          osteoclast maturation 1
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