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Term:regulation of axo-dendritic protein transport
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Accession:GO:1905126 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of axo-dendritic protein transport.
Synonyms:narrow_synonym: regulation of axonal protein transport


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Kif3a kinesin family member 3a JBrowse link 10 38,918,705 38,953,958 RGD:11060126

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  biological_process 19245
    cellular process 17125
      movement of cell or subcellular component 2074
        microtubule-based movement 287
          regulation of microtubule-based movement 33
            regulation of axo-dendritic protein transport 1
              negative regulation of axo-dendritic protein transport 0
              positive regulation of axo-dendritic protein transport 1
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  biological_process 19245
    localization 6273
      establishment of localization 4844
        transport 4705
          nitrogen compound transport 2235
            amide transport 1913
              peptide transport 1880
                protein transport 1822
                  microtubule-based protein transport 59
                    protein transport along microtubule 59
                      axo-dendritic protein transport 17
                        regulation of axo-dendritic protein transport 1
                          negative regulation of axo-dendritic protein transport 0
                          positive regulation of axo-dendritic protein transport 1
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