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Term:regulation of gamma-delta T cell activation involved in immune response
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Definition:Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of gamma-delta T cell activation involved in immune response.
Synonyms:related_synonym: regulation of gamma-delta T cell activation during immune response;   regulation of gamma-delta T lymphocyte activation during immune response


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  biological_process 19312
    response to stimulus 10391
      regulation of response to stimulus 4018
        regulation of immune response 898
          regulation of gamma-delta T cell activation involved in immune response 0
            negative regulation of gamma-delta T cell activation involved in immune response 0
            positive regulation of gamma-delta T cell activation involved in immune response 0
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  biological_process 19312
    biological regulation 13339
      regulation of biological process 12655
        regulation of cellular process 11980
          regulation of cell activation 682
            regulation of leukocyte activation 640
              regulation of lymphocyte activation 535
                regulation of T cell activation 314
                  regulation of gamma-delta T cell activation 10
                    regulation of gamma-delta T cell activation involved in immune response 0
                      negative regulation of gamma-delta T cell activation involved in immune response 0
                      positive regulation of gamma-delta T cell activation involved in immune response 0
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