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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
cell chemotaxis +   
cellular response to acid chemical +   
cellular response to alkane +  
cellular response to antibiotic +   
cellular response to arsenic-containing substance +   
cellular response to boron-containing substance levels +  
cellular response to drug +   
Any process that results in a change in state or activity of a cell (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of a drug stimulus. A drug is a substance used in the diagnosis, treatment or prevention of a disease.
cellular response to estrogen stimulus  
cellular response to food  
cellular response to gold(3+)  
cellular response to inorganic substance +   
cellular response to N-phenylthiourea 
cellular response to nitrogen compound +   
cellular response to nonylphenol  
cellular response to nutrient +   
cellular response to organic substance +   
cellular response to oxidative stress +   
cellular response to oxygen levels +   
cellular response to oxygen-containing compound +   
cellular response to salt +   
cellular response to Thyroglobulin triiodothyronine  
cellular response to topoisomerase inhibitor 
cellular response to toxic substance +   
cellular response to xenobiotic stimulus +   
chemoattraction of axon +   
chemorepulsion of axon +   
detection of hypoxic conditions in blood by chemoreceptor signaling +   
drug transport +   
exogenous drug catabolic process +   
negative regulation of response to drug +   
positive regulation of response to drug +   
positive regulation of transcription from RNA polymerase II promoter involved in cellular response to chemical stimulus +   
regulation of response to drug +   
response to (R)-carnitine  
response to 17alpha-ethynylestradiol +  
response to 2-O-acetyl-1-O-hexadecyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine +   
response to 3,3',4,4',5-pentachlorobiphenyl +  
response to acetylcholine +   
response to anesthetic +   
response to anticoagulant +   
response to anticonvulsant 
response to antidepressant +   
response to antineoplastic agent +   
response to antipsychotic drug +   
response to ATP +   
response to benomyl +   
response to benzoic acid +  
response to biotin +   
response to bisphenol A +   
response to bronchodilator +   
response to candesartan  
response to carbendazim +  
response to carbon monoxide +   
response to chitin +  
response to chloramphenicol +  
response to chloroquine +   
response to cobalamin +   
response to codeine +   
response to cortisol +   
response to cycloheximide +   
response to cyclosporin A +   
response to DDT  
response to dextromethorphan +  
response to dimethyl sulfoxide +   
response to diphenidol +  
response to diuretic +   
response to dopamine +   
response to ethanol +   
response to fenofibrate  
response to folic acid +   
response to formic acid +  
response to glycine +   
response to hydrogen peroxide +   
response to hydrogen sulfide +   
response to imidacloprid 
response to kainic acid +   
response to L-arginine +   
response to L-dopa +   
response to L-glutamate +   
response to L-glutamine +   
response to metformin  
response to methylphenidate 
response to micafungin +  
response to muramyl dipeptide +   
response to nicotine +   
response to nitroglycerin +   
response to ozone +   
response to paracetamol  
response to peptidyl-dipeptidase A inhibitor 
response to platelet aggregation inhibitor +   
response to polycyclic arene +   
response to progesterone +   
response to ribavirin 
response to salicylic acid +   
response to singlet oxygen +   
response to statin +  
response to streptomycin +  
response to tacrolimus +  
response to tetracycline +  
response to thiabendazole +  
response to thyroxine +   
response to toluene +  
response to vitamin B1 +   
response to vitamin B2 +   
response to vitamin B6 +   

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