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Term:cytoplasmic actin-based contraction involved in cell motility
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Accession:GO:0060327 term browser browse the term
Definition:The actin filament-based movement by which cytoplasmic actin filaments slide past one another resulting in a contraction that propels the cell from one place to another.


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G LIMCH1 LIM and calponin homology domains 1 JBrowse link 13 38,518,653 38,816,804 RGD:9068941
G SHTN1 shootin 1 JBrowse link 28 27,422,086 27,517,190 RGD:9068941
G VIL1 villin 1 JBrowse link 37 25,065,887 25,090,238 RGD:13508589

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  biological_process 16043
    locomotion 1795
      cell motility 1634
        cytoplasmic actin-based contraction involved in cell motility 3
          cytoplasmic actin-based contraction involved in forward cell motility 0
          cytoplasmic actin-based contraction involved in rearward cell motility 0
          substrate-dependent cell migration, cell contraction 0
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  biological_process 16043
    cellular process 15296
      movement of cell or subcellular component 2045
        actin filament-based movement 118
          actin-mediated cell contraction 89
            cytoplasmic actin-based contraction involved in cell motility 3
              cytoplasmic actin-based contraction involved in forward cell motility 0
              cytoplasmic actin-based contraction involved in rearward cell motility 0
              substrate-dependent cell migration, cell contraction 0
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