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Term:blood microparticle formation
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Definition:The cellular component organization process in which microparticles bud off from a parent cell. A microparticle is a phospholipid microvesicle that is derived from any of several cell types, such as platelets, blood cells, endothelial cells, or others, and contains membrane receptors as well as other proteins characteristic of the parental cell.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: microparticle generation;   microparticle release


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Cd36 CD36 molecule JBrowse link 4 14,150,309 14,191,498 RGD:1624291
G Tnf tumor necrosis factor JBrowse link 20 5,189,382 5,192,000 RGD:1624291

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          endothelial microparticle formation + 0
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              endothelial microparticle formation + 0
              negative regulation of blood microparticle formation + 0
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