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Term:cellular response to streptomycin
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Definition:Any process that results in a change in state or activity of a cell (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of a streptomycin stimulus. Streptomycin is a commonly used antibiotic in cell culture media which acts only on prokaryotes and blocks transition from initiation complex to chain elongating ribosome.


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  biological_process 337
    response to stimulus 177
      response to chemical 90
        response to drug 18
          cellular response to drug 7
            cellular response to streptomycin 0
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  biological_process 337
    response to stimulus 177
      response to chemical 90
        response to organic substance 61
          response to glycoside 0
            response to streptomycin 0
              cellular response to streptomycin 0
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