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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:negative regulation of interleukin-14 biosynthetic process
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Accession:GO:0045370 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that stops, prevents, or reduces the frequency, rate or extent of the chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of interleukin-14.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: down regulation of interleukin-14 biosynthetic process;   downregulation of interleukin-14 biosynthetic process;   negative regulation of IL-14 biosynthesis;   negative regulation of IL-14 biosynthetic process;   negative regulation of interleukin-14 anabolism;   negative regulation of interleukin-14 biosynthesis;   negative regulation of interleukin-14 formation;   negative regulation of interleukin-14 synthesis
 narrow_synonym: inhibition of interleukin-14 biosynthetic process


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  biological_process 18179
    multicellular organismal process 8641
      cytokine production 782
        interleukin-14 production 0
          interleukin-14 biosynthetic process 0
            negative regulation of interleukin-14 biosynthetic process 0
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  biological_process 18179
    metabolic process 10866
      organic substance metabolic process 10300
        macromolecule metabolic process 8834
          protein metabolic process 5607
            cytokine metabolic process 119
              cytokine biosynthetic process 116
                regulation of cytokine biosynthetic process 105
                  negative regulation of cytokine biosynthetic process 31
                    negative regulation of interleukin-14 biosynthetic process 0
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