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Term:negative regulation of trophectodermal cell proliferation
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Accession:GO:1904074 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that stops, prevents or reduces the frequency, rate or extent of trophectodermal cell proliferation.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: down regulation of trophectoderm cell proliferation;   down regulation of trophectodermal cell proliferation;   downregulation of trophectoderm cell proliferation;   downregulation of trophectodermal cell proliferation;   negative regulation of trophectoderm cell proliferation
 narrow_synonym: inhibition of trophectoderm cell proliferation;   inhibition of trophectodermal cell proliferation


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  biological_process 11862
    cellular process 11059
      cell population proliferation 1864
        trophectodermal cell proliferation 6
          negative regulation of trophectodermal cell proliferation 0
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  biological_process 11862
    developmental process 5599
      anatomical structure development 5237
        multicellular organism development 4801
          embryo development 1169
            embryo development ending in birth or egg hatching 799
              chordate embryonic development 784
                in utero embryonic development 501
                  blastocyst development 147
                    blastocyst growth 30
                      trophectodermal cell proliferation 6
                        regulation of trophectodermal cell proliferation 2
                          negative regulation of trophectodermal cell proliferation 0
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