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Term:
suppression by symbiont of host inflammatory response (GO:0052036)
Annotations: Rat: (0) Mouse: (0) Human: (0) Chinchilla: (0) Bonobo: (0) Dog: (0) Squirrel: (0) Pig: (0)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
effector-mediated defense to host-produced reactive oxygen species 
positive regulation by symbiont of host inflammatory response 
suppression by symbiont of defense-related host MAP kinase-mediated signal transduction pathway 
suppression by symbiont of defense-related host salicylic acid-mediated signal transduction pathway +  
suppression by symbiont of host defense-related programmed cell death 
suppression by symbiont of host ethylene-mediated defense response 
suppression by symbiont of host inflammatory response 
Any process in which a symbiont stops, prevents, or reduces the frequency, rate or extent of the inflammatory response of the host organism; the inflammatory response is the immediate defensive reaction (by vertebrate tissue) to infection or injury caused by chemical or physical agents. The host is defined as the larger of the organisms involved in a symbiotic interaction.
suppression by symbiont of host innate immune response +  
suppression by symbiont of host resistance gene-dependent defense response 
suppression by virus of host cytokine production +  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: down regulation by symbiont of host inflammatory response ;   downregulation by symbiont of host inflammatory response ;   negative regulation by symbiont of host inflammatory response
Narrow Synonyms: inhibition by symbiont of host inflammatory response
Broad Synonyms: negative regulation by organism of inflammatory response of other organism involved in symbiotic interaction
Alternate IDs: GO:0052260
Definition Sources: GOC:mtg_pamgo_17jul06

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