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Term:negative regulation of L-tyrosine import across plasma membrane
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Accession:GO:1900930 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that stops, prevents or reduces the frequency, rate or extent of L-tyrosine import into the cell.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: down regulation of L-tyrosine import;   downregulation of L-tyrosine import
 narrow_synonym: inhibition of L-tyrosine import
 broad_synonym: negative regulation of L-tyrosine import
 related_synonym: down regulation of L-tyrosine uptake;   downregulation of L-tyrosine uptake;   inhibition of L-tyrosine uptake;   negative regulation of L-tyrosine uptake


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  biological_process 19576
    negative regulation of biological process 5611
      negative regulation of response to stimulus 1650
        negative regulation of response to drug 45
          negative regulation of L-tyrosine import across plasma membrane 0
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  biological_process 19576
    localization 6430
      establishment of localization 4940
        transport 4800
          ion transport 1781
            anion transport 661
              organic anion transport 516
                carboxylic acid transport 351
                  amino acid transport 170
                    amino acid transmembrane transport 92
                      amino acid import across plasma membrane 28
                        regulation of amino acid import across plasma membrane 11
                          regulation of L-tyrosine import across plasma membrane 0
                            negative regulation of L-tyrosine import across plasma membrane 0
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