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Term:blood homeostasis trait
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Accession:VT:0015078 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any measurable or observable characteristic related to the internal equilibrium in the cell containing fluid that circulates through the body, carrying nourishment, electrolytes, hormones, vitamins, antibodies, heat, and oxygen to the tissues and taking away waste matter and carbon dioxide.
Synonyms:related_synonym: blood chemistry;   blood molecular composition


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Nr4a1 nuclear receptor subfamily 4, group A, member 1 JBrowse link 7 142,899,358 142,920,216 RGD:12910103

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  vertebrate trait 2380
    organism trait 933
      homeostasis trait 544
        blood homeostasis trait 428
          blood acidity-alkalinity balance trait 0
          blood amino acid amount + 0
          blood ammonia amount 0
          blood bicarbonate amount 0
          blood bilirubin amount 0
          blood calcidiol amount 0
          blood carnitine amount 0
          blood creatinine amount 8
          blood gas amount + 0
          blood glucose amount 142
          blood glycogen amount 0
          blood hormone amount + 126
          blood integrity trait 0
          blood lactate amount 0
          blood lipid amount + 109
          blood lipoprotein particle size + 0
          blood malondialdehyde amount 0
          blood mineral amount + 1
          blood protein amount + 37
          blood pyruvate amount 0
          blood urea nitrogen amount 4
          blood uric acid amount 1
          blood vitamin amount + 0
          blood xenobiotic amount + 0
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