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cell communication involved in cardiac conduction (GO:0086065)
Annotations: Rat: (41) Mouse: (40) Human: (57) Chinchilla: (36) Bonobo: (38) Dog: (38) Squirrel: (36) Pig: (39)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
cardiac conduction +     
cell communication +     
axon target recognition  
cell communication by chemical coupling +   
cell communication by electrical coupling +   
cell communication involved in cardiac conduction +   
Any process that mediates interactions between a cell and its surroundings that contributes to the process of cardiac conduction. Encompasses interactions such as signaling or attachment between one cell and another cell, between a cell and an extracellular matrix, or between a cell and any other aspect of its environment.
cell-cell signaling +   
cellular response to extracellular stimulus +   
extracellular matrix-cell signaling +   
motogenic signaling initiating cell movement in cerebral cortex +  
motogenic signaling involved in interneuron migration from the subpallium to the cortex 
motogenic signaling involved in postnatal olfactory bulb interneuron migration  
negative regulation of cardiac conduction +  
negative regulation of cell communication +   
pollen-pistil interaction +  
positive regulation of cardiac conduction +   
positive regulation of cell communication +   
regulation of basement membrane disassembly involved in semicircular canal fusion by cell communication 
regulation of cardiac conduction +   
regulation of cell communication +   
regulation of heart rate by cardiac conduction  
regulation of the force of heart contraction by cardiac conduction  
response to pheromone regulating conjugation with mutual genetic exchange +  
sex determination, somatic-gonadal interaction 
signal transduction +   
transmission of nerve impulse +   

Definition Sources: GOC:BHF, GOC:mtg_cardiac_conduct_nov11

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