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Term:cellular response to anoxia
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Accession:GO:0071454 term browser browse the term
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 stimulus indicating a decline in oxygen levels to trace amounts, <0.1%.
Comment:Note that this term should not be confused with 'cellular response to hypoxia ; GO:0071456'.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: cellular response to anaerobic conditions;   cellular response to anoxic stress


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Cftr CF transmembrane conductance regulator IEP RGD PMID:14975182 RGD:1599599 NCBI chr 4:42,693,263...42,860,679
Ensembl chr 4:42,692,836...42,860,676
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G Daxx death-domain associated protein IEP RGD PMID:17289031 RGD:9587773 NCBI chr20:5,480,103...5,485,962
Ensembl chr20:5,480,103...5,485,926
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G Eef2k eukaryotic elongation factor-2 kinase IEP RGD PMID:12194824 RGD:8553742 NCBI chr 1:190,780,211...190,839,926
Ensembl chr 1:190,780,236...190,842,324
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  biological_process 20028
    response to stimulus 10583
      response to stress 4063
        cellular response to stress 1981
          cellular response to anoxia 3
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  biological_process 20028
    response to stimulus 10583
      response to abiotic stimulus 1511
        response to oxygen levels 535
          response to decreased oxygen levels 469
            response to anoxia 6
              cellular response to anoxia 3
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