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negative regulation of programmed cell death (GO:0043069)
Annotations: Rat: (1001) Mouse: (991) Human: (1082) Chinchilla: (884) Bonobo: (921) Dog: (959) Squirrel: (895) Pig: (962)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
apoptotic process +   
autophagic cell death +   
cornification +   
ferroptosis +   
granzyme-mediated programmed cell death signaling pathway +   
host programmed cell death induced by symbiont +   
mitochondrial outer membrane permeabilization involved in programmed cell death +   
modulation by symbiont of host programmed cell death +   
modulation of programmed cell death in other organism +   
negative regulation of necrotic cell death +   
negative regulation of neuron death +   
negative regulation of oxidative stress-induced cell death +   
negative regulation of programmed cell death +   
Any process that stops, prevents, or reduces the frequency, rate or extent of programmed cell death, cell death resulting from activation of endogenous cellular processes.
positive regulation of programmed cell death +   
programmed cell death in response to reactive oxygen species +   
programmed cell death involved in cell development +   
programmed necrotic cell death +   
pyroptosis +   
regulation of apoptotic process +   
regulation of autophagic cell death +   
regulation of cornification +   
regulation of ferroptosis +   
regulation of hydrogen peroxide-mediated programmed cell death +   
regulation of plant-type hypersensitive response +  
regulation of programmed cell death +   
regulation of programmed necrotic cell death +   
regulation of retinal cell programmed cell death +   

Exact Synonyms: down regulation of programmed cell death ;   downregulation of programmed cell death
Narrow Synonyms: inhibition of programmed cell death ;   negative regulation of non-apoptotic programmed cell death
Alternate IDs: GO:0043072
Definition Sources: GOC:jl

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