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Term:regulation of antisense RNA transcription
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Accession:GO:0060194 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of the synthesis of antisense RNA, an RNA molecule complementary in sequence to another RNA or DNA molecule, which, by binding the latter, acts to inhibit its function and/or completion of synthesis, on a template of DNA.


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  biological_process 12527
    metabolic process 7963
      regulation of metabolic process 5287
        regulation of macromolecule metabolic process 4851
          regulation of gene expression 3548
            regulation of transcription, DNA-templated 2355
              regulation of antisense RNA transcription 0
                negative regulation of antisense RNA transcription 0
                positive regulation of antisense RNA transcription 0
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  biological_process 12527
    metabolic process 7963
      cellular metabolic process 7311
        cellular aromatic compound metabolic process 3868
          nucleobase-containing compound metabolic process 3692
            nucleic acid metabolic process 3389
              RNA metabolic process 3007
                RNA biosynthetic process 2445
                  nucleic acid-templated transcription 2438
                    transcription, DNA-templated 2430
                      regulation of transcription, DNA-templated 2355
                        regulation of antisense RNA transcription 0
                          negative regulation of antisense RNA transcription 0
                          positive regulation of antisense RNA transcription 0
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