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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:abnormal uterine NK cell physiology
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Accession:MP:0009099 term browser browse the term
Definition:any functional anomaly of a natural killer cell subset that is found in the decidual of the uterus, is CD56-high, Galectin-1-positive and CD16-negative, and is the most abundant immune cell type in the decidual during the first trimester of pregnancy
Synonyms:exact_synonym: abnormal GMG cell physiology;   abnormal dNK cell physiology;   abnormal decidual NK cell physiology;   abnormal decidual natural killer cell physiology;   abnormal granulated metrial gland cell physiology;   abnormal uNK cell physiology;   abnormal uterine natural killer cell physiology
 xref: CL:0002343


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  mammalian phenotype 4973
    reproductive system phenotype 82
      abnormal reproductive system physiology 35
        abnormal female reproductive system physiology 11
          abnormal uterus physiology 1
            abnormal uterine NK cell physiology 0
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  mammalian phenotype 4973
    immune system phenotype 429
      abnormal immune system physiology 348
        abnormal immune cell physiology 38
          abnormal leukocyte physiology 38
            abnormal lymphocyte physiology 35
              abnormal NK cell physiology 2
                abnormal uterine NK cell physiology 0
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