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cell migration involved in vasculogenesis (GO:0035441)
Annotations: Rat: (3) Mouse: (4) Human: (4) Chinchilla: (4) Bonobo: (4) Dog: (4) Squirrel: (4)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
cell migration +     
vasculogenesis +     
ameboidal-type cell migration +   
angioblast cell migration +   
anterior visceral endoderm cell migration 
cell chemotaxis +   
cell migration in hindbrain +   
cell migration involved in heart development +   
cell migration involved in kidney development +   
cell migration involved in somitogenic axis elongation 
cell migration involved in vasculogenesis +   
The orderly movement of a cell from one site to another that will contribute to the differentiation of an endothelial cell that will form de novo blood vessels and tubes.
cell rearrangement involved in Malpighian tubule morphogenesis +  
central nervous system vasculogenesis  
chondrocyte intercalation involved in growth plate cartilage morphogenesis 
distal tip cell migration +  
dorsal closure, spreading of leading edge cells 
forebrain cell migration +   
germ cell migration +   
glial cell migration +   
hematopoietic stem cell migration +   
hemocyte migration 
hepatocyte cell migration  
hypothalamus cell migration +   
inductive cell migration 
leukocyte migration +   
lymphoid lineage cell migration +   
mesenchymal stem cell migration +   
mesonephric cell migration involved in male gonad development 
muscle cell migration +   
negative regulation of cell migration +   
negative regulation of vasculogenesis  
neuroblast migration +   
neuromast primordium migration +  
neuron migration +   
pericyte cell migration 
positive regulation of cell migration +   
positive regulation of vasculogenesis  
regulation of cell migration +   
regulation of vasculogenesis +   
skeletal muscle satellite cell migration  
substrate-dependent cell migration +   
vasculogenesis involved in coronary vascular morphogenesis +   
wound healing, spreading of cells +   

Definition Sources: GOC:dgh

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