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Term:
modulation by symbiont of host nervous system process (GO:0044063)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
induction by symbiont of tumor or growth in host 
metabolism by symbiont of substance in host +  
modification by symbiont of host structure +   
modulation by symbiont of host cellular process +   
modulation by symbiont of host defense response +  
modulation by symbiont of host digestive system process 
modulation by symbiont of host endocrine process 
modulation by symbiont of host excretion 
modulation by symbiont of host hormone or growth regulator levels +  
modulation by symbiont of host molecular function +   
modulation by symbiont of host nervous system process 
The alteration by a symbiont organism of the functioning of a host neurophysiological process, an organ system process carried out by any of the organs or tissues of neurological system.
modulation by symbiont of host respiratory system process 
modulation by symbiont of host response to abiotic stimulus +  
modulation by symbiont of nutrient release from host +  
modulation by symbiont of RNA levels in host +  
modulation by virus of host process +   
modulation of excitatory postsynaptic potential +   
modulation of inhibitory postsynaptic potential +   
negative regulation of nervous system process +   
positive regulation of nervous system process +   
regulation of olfactory learning 
regulation of postsynaptic neurotransmitter receptor activity +   
regulation of sensory perception +   
regulation of transmission of nerve impulse +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: modulation by symbiont of host neurological system process ;   regulation by symbiont of host neurological system process
Definition Sources: MITRE:tk

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