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Term:negative regulation of heart induction
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Accession:GO:1901320 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that stops, prevents or reduces the frequency, rate or extent of heart induction.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: down regulation of heart induction;   downregulation of heart induction
 narrow_synonym: inhibition of heart induction


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negative regulation of heart induction by canonical Wnt signaling pathway term browser
Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Wnt3a Wnt family member 3A ISO (PMID:19736317) RGD PMID:19736317 NCBI chr10:45,598,898...45,643,151
Ensembl chr10:45,598,912...45,638,035
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  biological_process 20020
    developmental process 6826
      negative regulation of developmental process 1015
        negative regulation of heart induction 1
          negative regulation of heart induction by canonical Wnt signaling pathway 1
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  biological_process 20020
    developmental process 6826
      anatomical structure development 6268
        multicellular organism development 5743
          system development 5279
            animal organ development 4033
              animal organ morphogenesis 1151
                animal organ formation 76
                  regulation of animal organ formation 34
                    organ induction 29
                      heart induction 11
                        regulation of heart induction 6
                          negative regulation of heart induction 1
                            negative regulation of heart induction by canonical Wnt signaling pathway 1
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