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Term:mesenchymal smoothened signaling pathway involved in prostate gland development
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Accession:GO:0060783 term browser browse the term
Definition:The series of molecular signals generated as a consequence of activation of the transmembrane Smoothened-type protein in the mesenchymal cells of the prostate that contribute to the progression of the prostate over time. This process contributes to lung development.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: mesenchymal hedgehog signaling pathway involved in prostate gland development;   mesenchymal hh signaling pathway involved in prostate gland development;   mesenchymal smoothened signalling pathway involved in prostate gland development


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G SHH sonic hedgehog signaling molecule JBrowse link 7 155,799,980 155,812,463 RGD:2290271

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    reproductive process 1505
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  biological_process 18019
    developmental process 6572
      anatomical structure development 6048
        multicellular organism development 5537
          system development 4948
            animal organ development 3665
              gland development 454
                prostate gland development 49
                  epithelial-mesenchymal signaling involved in prostate gland development 2
                    mesenchymal smoothened signaling pathway involved in prostate gland development 1
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