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Term:specification of distal tubule identity
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Definition:The process in which the distal tubule of the kidney nephron acquires its identity.


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  biological_process 20028
    multicellular organismal process 9046
      pattern specification process 496
        segment specification 15
          specification of nephron tubule identity 5
            specification of distal tubule identity 0
              specification of mesonephric distal tubule identity 0
              specification of metanephric distal tubule identity 0
              specification of pronephric distal tubule identity 0
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  biological_process 20028
    developmental process 6827
      anatomical structure development 6269
        multicellular organism development 5744
          system development 5280
            urogenital system development 432
              renal system development 382
                kidney development 368
                  nephron development 166
                    nephron epithelium development 124
                      nephron tubule development 105
                        nephron tubule morphogenesis 85
                          nephron tubule formation 20
                            specification of nephron tubule identity 5
                              specification of distal tubule identity 0
                                specification of mesonephric distal tubule identity 0
                                specification of metanephric distal tubule identity 0
                                specification of pronephric distal tubule identity 0
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