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Term:increased organ/body region tumor incidence
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Accession:MP:0010274 term browser browse the term
Definition:greater than the expected number of tumors originating in a specific body region or organ in a given population in a given time period
Synonyms:exact_synonym: increased organ/body region tumour incidence


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Cited2 Cbp/p300-interacting transactivator, with Glu/Asp-rich carboxy-terminal domain, 2 JBrowse link 1 12,823,363 12,825,806 RGD:5147850

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  mammalian phenotype 4920
    neoplasm 208
      altered tumor susceptibility 200
        abnormal tumor incidence 189
          abnormal organ/body region tumor incidence 164
            increased organ/body region tumor incidence 130
              increased alimentary system tumor incidence + 25
              increased cardiovascular system tumor incidence + 0
              increased eye tumor incidence + 0
              increased gland tumor incidence + 82
              increased hemolymphoid system tumor incidence + 29
              increased hepatobiliary system tumor incidence + 10
              increased integument system tumor incidence + 55
              increased muscle tumor incidence + 1
              increased nervous system tumor incidence + 0
              increased reproductive system tumor incidence + 10
              increased respiratory system tumor incidence + 0
              increased reticular tumor incidence + 0
              increased skeletal tumor incidence + 1
              increased urinary system tumor incidence + 0
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