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Term:
cell proliferation in bone marrow (GO:0071838)
Annotations: Rat: (13) Mouse: (13) Human: (9) Chinchilla: (8) Bonobo: (8) Dog: (9) Squirrel: (9)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in regulation of cell proliferation +   
cell proliferation in bone marrow +   
The multiplication or reproduction of cells, resulting in the expansion of a cell population in the bone marrow.
cell proliferation involved in compound eye morphogenesis +  
cell proliferation involved in embryonic placenta development +   
cell proliferation involved in heart morphogenesis +   
cell proliferation involved in heart valve development +   
cell proliferation involved in imaginal disc-derived wing morphogenesis +  
cell proliferation involved in kidney development +   
chondrocyte proliferation +   
chorionic trophoblast cell proliferation +   
common myeloid progenitor cell proliferation  
epithelial cell proliferation +   
fat cell proliferation +   
fibroblast proliferation +   
germ cell proliferation +   
germ-line cyst formation +  
glial cell proliferation +   
growth plate cartilage chondrocyte proliferation +   
hair follicle cell proliferation +   
hemocyte proliferation +  
inner cell mass cell proliferation  
leukocyte proliferation +   
mammary stem cell proliferation +   
mesenchymal cell proliferation +   
muscle cell proliferation +   
myoblast proliferation +   
negative regulation of cell population proliferation +   
neural precursor cell proliferation +   
osteoblast proliferation +   
positive regulation of cell population proliferation +   
regulation of cell population proliferation +   
sebum secreting cell proliferation +   
stem cell proliferation +   
synoviocyte proliferation +  
trophectodermal cell proliferation +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: bone marrow cell proliferation
Definition Sources: GOC:mah, GOC:yaf, PMID:17063141

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