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Term:entry into host cell by a symbiont-containing vacuole
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Accession:GO:0085017 term browser browse the term
Definition:The invasion by a symbiont of a cell of a host organism, forming a vacuole in which the symbiont resides. The vacuole membrane is formed from lipids and proteins derived from both host and symbiont. Begins when the symbiont attaches on to the host cell membrane which invaginates and deepens as the symbiont enters, and ends when the host cell membrane closes behind the newly-formed vacuole.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: symbiont entry into host cell forming a parasitophorous vacuole;   symbiont entry into host cell forming a pathogen-containing vacuole
 related_synonym: symbiont entry into host cell forming a symbiont-containing vacuole
 alt_id: GO:0052370


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  biological_process 20020
    biological process involved in interspecies interaction between organisms 1918
      biological process involved in symbiotic interaction 401
        biological process involved in interaction with host 160
          movement in host environment 122
            entry into host 100
              entry into host cell by a symbiont-containing vacuole 0
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