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Term:negative regulation of growth rate
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Accession:GO:0045967 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that reduces the rate of growth of all or part of an organism.
Comment:Note that this term and its definition depart from the usual conventions for GO 'regulation' process terms; regulation of rate is not usually distinguished from regulation of extent or frequency, but it makes sense to do so for growth regulation.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: down regulation of growth rate;   downregulation of growth rate
 narrow_synonym: inhibition of growth rate


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Notch1 notch receptor 1 ISO (PMID:11306509) RGD PMID:11306509 NCBI chr 3:3,905,562...3,951,015
Ensembl chr 3:3,905,453...3,951,025
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G Notch2 notch receptor 2 IEA
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GO_REF:0000107
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GO_REF:0000024
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PMID:11306509 GO_REF:0000024, GO_REF:0000107 NCBI chr 2:200,187,184...200,320,403
Ensembl chr 2:200,187,179...200,320,215
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G Tmprss4 transmembrane serine protease 4 ISO (PMID:29529050) RGD PMID:29529050 NCBI chr 8:49,469,804...49,503,304
Ensembl chr 8:49,469,503...49,502,647
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  biological_process 20027
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      regulation of biological process 13075
        regulation of growth 707
          regulation of growth rate 10
            negative regulation of growth rate 3
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