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Term:cell migration involved in mesendoderm migration
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Accession:GO:0090134 term browser browse the term
Definition:The orderly movement of epithelial cells from one site to another that contributes to the migration of mesendodermal tissue.


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Fgf8 fibroblast growth factor 8 JBrowse link 1 265,492,949 265,498,965 RGD:1624291

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  biological_process 17967
    developmental process 6388
      anatomical structure development 5991
        mesendoderm development 10
          mesendoderm migration 1
            cell migration involved in mesendoderm migration 1
              cell-matrix adhesion involved in mesendodermal cell migration 0
              establishment of cell polarity involved in mesendodermal cell migration + 0
              lamellipodium assembly involved in mesendodermal cell migration 0
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  biological_process 17967
    developmental process 6388
      anatomical structure development 5991
        multicellular organism development 5486
          embryo development 1249
            embryonic morphogenesis 664
              gastrulation 197
                cell migration involved in gastrulation 19
                  cell migration involved in mesendoderm migration 1
                    cell-matrix adhesion involved in mesendodermal cell migration 0
                    establishment of cell polarity involved in mesendodermal cell migration + 0
                    lamellipodium assembly involved in mesendodermal cell migration 0
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