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Term:regulation of retrograde trans-synaptic signaling by neuropeptide
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Accession:GO:1905432 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of retrograde trans-synaptic signaling by neuropeptide.
Synonyms:related_synonym: regulation of neuropeptide-mediated retrograde trans-synaptic signaling


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negative regulation of retrograde trans-synaptic signaling by neuropeptide term browser
Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Syt4 synaptotagmin 4 JBrowse link 18 24,172,580 24,181,989 RGD:1624291

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  biological_process 19858
    regulation of biological process 12959
      regulation of signaling 3589
        regulation of trans-synaptic signaling 664
          regulation of retrograde trans-synaptic signaling by neuropeptide 1
            negative regulation of retrograde trans-synaptic signaling by neuropeptide 1
            positive regulation of retrograde trans-synaptic signaling by neuropeptide 0
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  biological_process 19858
    cellular process 18618
      cell communication 7631
        cell-cell signaling 1794
          synaptic signaling 913
            trans-synaptic signaling 885
              retrograde trans-synaptic signaling 15
                retrograde trans-synaptic signaling by neuropeptide 2
                  regulation of retrograde trans-synaptic signaling by neuropeptide 1
                    negative regulation of retrograde trans-synaptic signaling by neuropeptide 1
                    positive regulation of retrograde trans-synaptic signaling by neuropeptide 0
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