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Term:
cellular response to growth factor stimulus (GO:0071363)
Annotations: Rat: (745) Mouse: (606) Human: (687) Chinchilla: (658) Bonobo: (659) Dog: (374) Squirrel: (9) Pig: (438)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
cellular response to acetate 
cellular response to alcohol +   
cellular response to carbohydrate stimulus +   
cellular response to cytokine stimulus +   
cellular response to dithiothreitol  
cellular response to Gentian violet 
cellular response to glyoxal  
cellular response to growth factor stimulus +   
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 growth factor stimulus.
cellular response to GW 7647 
cellular response to hormone stimulus +   
cellular response to lipid +   
cellular response to menadione +   
cellular response to menaquinone 
cellular response to methyl methanesulfonate  
cellular response to methylglyoxal +   
cellular response to methylmercury  
cellular response to molecule of oomycetes origin 
cellular response to N-acetyl-D-glucosamine 
cellular response to organic cyclic compound +   
cellular response to organonitrogen compound +   
cellular response to paraquat 
cellular response to pheromone +   
cellular response to sodium dodecyl sulfate  
cellular response to tert-butyl hydroperoxide 
cellular response to topologically incorrect protein +   
response to BMP +   
response to epidermal growth factor +   
response to fibroblast growth factor +   
response to glial cell derived neurotrophic factor +   
response to hepatocyte growth factor +   
response to nerve growth factor +   
response to platelet-derived growth factor +   
response to transforming growth factor beta +   

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