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Term:altered susceptibility to viral infection
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Accession:MP:0020185 term browser browse the term
Definition:a change in the likelihood that an organism will develop ill effects from a viral infection or from components of or toxins produced by a virus


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decreased susceptibility to virus induced diabetes term browser
Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Ifnar1 interferon alpha and beta receptor subunit 1 JBrowse link 11 31,640,407 31,666,839 RGD:12910492
increased susceptibility to viral infection induced morbidity/mortality term browser
Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Ifnar1 interferon alpha and beta receptor subunit 1 JBrowse link 11 31,640,407 31,666,839 RGD:12910492
G Ifnar1em1 interferon alpha and beta receptor subunit 1; CRISPR/Cas9 induced mutant 1 RGD:12910492
G Ifnar1em2 interferon alpha and beta receptor subunit 1; CRISPR/Cas9 induced mutant 2 RGD:12910492

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  mammalian phenotype 4928
    immune system phenotype 414
      abnormal immune system physiology 339
        abnormal response to infection 25
          altered susceptibility to infection 25
            altered susceptibility to viral infection 11
              altered susceptibility to Adenoviridae infection + 0
              altered susceptibility to Herpesvirales infection + 0
              altered susceptibility to Ortervirales infection + 0
              altered susceptibility to Parvoviridae infection + 0
              altered susceptibility to Poxviridae infection + 0
              altered susceptibility to Riboviria infection + 0
              decreased susceptibility to viral infection + 6
              increased susceptibility to viral infection + 6
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