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MAMMALIAN PHENOTYPE - ANNOTATIONS

The Mouse Adult Gross Anatomy Ontology and Mammalian Phenotype Ontology are downloaded weekly from the Mouse Genome Informatics databases at Jackson Laboratories (ftp://ftp.informatics.jax.org/pub/reports/index.html). For more information about these ontologies, see the MGI Publications Page at http://www.informatics.jax.org/mgihome/other/publications.shtml.

Term:increased testis tumor incidence
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Accession:MP:0006262 term browser browse the term
Definition:greater than the expected number of abnormal rapidly proliferating cells in the testis, usually in the form of a distinct mass, occurring in a specific population in a given time period
Synonyms:exact_synonym: increased testicular tumor incidence;   increased testicular tumour incidence;   increased testis tumour incidence
 related_synonym: testis tumor;   testis tumour


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  mammalian phenotype 0
    endocrine/exocrine gland phenotype 0
      abnormal gland morphology 0
        increased gland tumor incidence 0
          increased testis tumor incidence 0
            increased Leydig cell tumor incidence 0
            increased testicular teratoma incidence 0
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  mammalian phenotype 0
    neoplasm 0
      altered tumor susceptibility 0
        abnormal tumor incidence 0
          abnormal organ/body region tumor incidence 0
            increased organ/body region tumor incidence 0
              increased reproductive system tumor incidence 0
                increased gonad tumor incidence 0
                  increased testis tumor incidence 0
                    increased Leydig cell tumor incidence 0
                    increased testicular teratoma incidence 0
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