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Term:
detection of stimulus involved in mitotic spindle assembly checkpoint (GO:0072478)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
deactivation of mitotic spindle assembly checkpoint  
detection of stimulus involved in meiotic spindle assembly checkpoint 
detection of stimulus involved in mitotic spindle assembly checkpoint 
The series of events in which information about whether the spindle is correctly assembled, and chromosomes are attached to the spindle, is received and converted into a molecular signal, contributing to a mitotic cell cycle spindle assembly checkpoint.
detection of stimulus involved in mitotic spindle orientation checkpoint 
mitotic spindle assembly checkpoint signaling +  
positive regulation of mitotic cell cycle spindle assembly checkpoint +   
regulation of mitotic cell cycle spindle assembly checkpoint +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: detection of stimulus involved in SAC-independent checkpoint ;   detection of stimulus involved in mitotic cell cycle spindle assembly checkpoint ;   stimulus detection involved in SAC-independent checkpoint
Narrow Synonyms: detection of stimulus involved in Dma1-dependent checkpoint ;   stimulus detection involved in DMA1-dependent checkpoint
Related Synonyms: mitotic cell cycle spindle assembly checkpoint sensor mechanism ;   mitotic cell cycle spindle assembly checkpoint sensor process ;   perception of stimulus involved in DMA1-dependent checkpoint ;   perception of stimulus involved in SAC-independent checkpoint ;   sensing involved in mitotic cell cycle spindle assembly checkpoint ;   stimulus sensing involved in DMA1-dependent checkpoint ;   stimulus sensing involved in SAC-independent checkpoint
Alternate IDs: GO:1902419
Definition Sources: GOC:mtg_cell_cycle

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