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Term:negative regulation of mesenchymal cell proliferation involved in ureter development
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Definition:Any process that decreases the frequency, rate or extent of mesenchymal cell proliferation that contributes to the progression of the ureter gland over time. A mesenchymal cell is a cell that normally gives rise to other cells that are organized as three-dimensional masses, rather than sheets.
Synonyms:related_synonym: negative regulation of ureter mesenchymal cell proliferation;   negative regulation of ureteral mesenchymal cell proliferation


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Bmp4 bone morphogenetic protein 4 JBrowse link 15 20,776,060 20,791,013 RGD:1600115
RGD:1624291

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  biological_process 17926
    negative regulation of biological process 5362
      negative regulation of developmental process 1079
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  biological_process 17926
    developmental process 6339
      anatomical structure development 5946
        multicellular organism development 5440
          system development 5021
            urogenital system development 408
              renal system development 358
                ureter development 19
                  mesenchymal cell proliferation involved in ureter development 4
                    regulation of mesenchymal cell proliferation involved in ureter development 4
                      negative regulation of mesenchymal cell proliferation involved in ureter development 1
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