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Term:
modulation by symbiont of host nitric oxide-mediated signal transduction (GO:0044081)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
induction by symbiont of host signal transduction pathway +  
modulation by symbiont of defense-related host salicylic acid-mediated signal transduction pathway +  
modulation by symbiont of host adenylate cyclase-mediated signal transduction +  
modulation by symbiont of host calcium or calmodulin-mediated signal transduction +  
modulation by symbiont of host cAMP-mediated signal transduction +  
modulation by symbiont of host cGMP-mediated signal transduction 
modulation by symbiont of host I-kappaB kinase/NF-kappaB cascade +   
modulation by symbiont of host nitric oxide-mediated signal transduction 
Any process in which a symbiont organism modulates the rate, frequency or extent of nitric oxide mediated signal transduction in its host organism. Nitric oxide mediated signal transduction is a series of molecular signals mediated by the detection of nitric oxide (NO).
modulation by symbiont of host protein kinase-mediated signal transduction +  
modulation by symbiont of host receptor-mediated signal transduction +  
modulation by symbiont of host small GTPase mediated signal transduction +  
negative regulation of nitric oxide mediated signal transduction  
positive regulation of nitric oxide mediated signal transduction  
suppression by symbiont of host signal transduction pathway +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: modulation of host nitric oxide-mediated signaling by symbiont ;   modulation of host nitric oxide-mediated signalling by symbiont ;   regulation by symbiont of host nitric oxide-mediated signal transduction
Definition Sources: MITRE:tk

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