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Term:growth of symbiont in host
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Accession:GO:0044117 term browser browse the term
Definition:The increase in size or mass of an organism, occurring within the cells or tissues of the host organism. This may (but not necessarily) include a filamentous growth form, and also can include secretion of proteases and lipases to break down host tissue. The host is defined as the larger of the organisms involved in a symbiotic interaction.
Comment:This term partially replaces the obsolete term 'growth or development of symbiont in host ; GO:0044412'. See also 'development of symbiont in host ; GO:0044114'.
Synonyms:narrow_synonym: growth of symbiont in host vascular tissue
 broad_synonym: growth of symbiont in host intercellular space
 related_synonym: growth in other organism during symbiotic interaction;   growth in other organism involved in symbiotic interaction;   growth of symbiont during interaction with host;   growth of symbiont involved in interaction with host
 alt_id: GO:0044112;   GO:0044116;   GO:0044123;   GO:0044125

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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Pglyrp1 peptidoglycan recognition protein 1 JBrowse link 1 79,790,879 79,796,064 RGD:1624291
G Pglyrp2 peptidoglycan recognition protein 2 JBrowse link 7 14,426,481 14,435,987 RGD:1624291
G Pglyrp3 peptidoglycan recognition protein 3 JBrowse link 2 191,903,626 192,264,872 RGD:1624291
G Pglyrp4 peptidoglycan recognition protein 4 JBrowse link 2 190,125,655 190,204,230 RGD:1624291

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  biological_process 19858
    growth 1090
      growth involved in symbiotic interaction 4
        growth of symbiont in host 4
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