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Term:
ribonucleoprotein complex export from nucleus (GO:0071426)
Annotations: Rat: (81) Mouse: (72) Human: (134) Chinchilla: (47) Bonobo: (48) Dog: (74) Squirrel: (48) Pig: (66)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
axonal transport of messenger ribonucleoprotein complex +   
cellular protein-containing complex localization +   
dendritic transport of ribonucleoprotein complex +   
establishment of protein-containing complex localization to telomere +   
intraciliary transport +   
intramanchette transport  
maintenance of protein complex location +  
MAPK export from nucleus +   
MAPK phosphatase export from nucleus +   
mRNA export from nucleus +   
ncRNA export from nucleus +   
negative regulation of protein export from nucleus +   
negative regulation of ribonucleoprotein complex localization +  
negative regulation of RNA export from nucleus +   
neurotransmitter receptor transport +   
positive regulation of protein export from nucleus +   
positive regulation of ribonucleoprotein complex localization +   
positive regulation of RNA export from nucleus +   
pre-miRNA export from nucleus  
proteasome core complex import into nucleus 
protein-DNA complex transport 
receptor diffusion trapping +   
receptor localization to synapse +   
regulation of protein export from nucleus +   
regulation of ribonucleoprotein complex localization +   
regulation of RNA export from nucleus +   
ribonucleoprotein complex export from nucleus +   
The directed movement of a ribonucleoprotein complex from the nucleus to the cytoplasm.

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: RNP export from nucleus ;   ribonucleoprotein complex export from cell nucleus ;   ribonucleoprotein complex nucleus export ;   ribonucleoprotein complex transport from nucleus to cytoplasm
Definition Sources: GOC:mah

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