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Term:chemorepulsion of dopaminergic neuron axon
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Accession:GO:0036518 term browser browse the term
Definition:The process in which a dopaminergic neuron growth cone is directed to a specific target site in response to a repulsive chemical cue.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: chemorepulsion of DA axon
 related_synonym: chemorepulsion of dopaminergic axon

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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Ryk receptor-like tyrosine kinase JBrowse link 8 111,326,339 111,398,640 RGD:1624291
G Wnt5a Wnt family member 5A JBrowse link 16 4,469,451 4,490,271 RGD:1600115

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  biological_process 18179
    response to stimulus 9942
      response to chemical 6198
        cellular response to chemical stimulus 3388
          chemorepulsion of axon 6
            chemorepulsion of dopaminergic neuron axon 2
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  biological_process 18179
    developmental process 6551
      anatomical structure development 6031
        multicellular organism development 5511
          system development 5062
            nervous system development 2590
              neurogenesis 1874
                generation of neurons 1739
                  neuron differentiation 1566
                    neuron development 1277
                      neuron projection development 1129
                        neuron projection morphogenesis 699
                          axonogenesis 482
                            axon guidance 248
                              dopaminergic neuron axon guidance 6
                                chemorepulsion of dopaminergic neuron axon 2
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