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Term:regulation of activated T cell autonomous cell death
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Accession:GO:0070239 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that modulates the occurrence or rate of activated T cell autonomous cell death.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: regulation of activated T lymphocyte autonomous cell death
 broad_synonym: regulation of ACAD;   regulation of activated T cell apoptosis;   regulation of activated cell autonomous cell death


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Lgals9 galectin 9 JBrowse link 10 64,737,022 64,760,195 RGD:1624291

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  biological_process 17895
    biological regulation 12603
      regulation of biological quality 4124
        regulation of activated T cell autonomous cell death 1
          negative regulation of activated T cell autonomous cell death 0
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  biological_process 17895
    biological regulation 12603
      regulation of biological process 11946
        regulation of cellular process 11281
          regulation of cell death 1739
            regulation of programmed cell death 1577
              regulation of apoptotic process 1553
                regulation of leukocyte apoptotic process 109
                  regulation of lymphocyte apoptotic process 76
                    regulation of T cell apoptotic process 43
                      regulation of activated T cell autonomous cell death 1
                        negative regulation of activated T cell autonomous cell death 0
                        positive regulation of activated T cell autonomous cell death 1
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