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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
autocrine signaling  
c-di-GMP signaling +  
cell surface receptor signaling pathway involved in cell-cell signaling +   
cell-cell signaling by wnt +   
cell-cell signaling involved in amphid sensory organ development 
cell-cell signaling involved in cardiac conduction +   
cell-cell signaling involved in cell fate commitment +   
cell-cell signaling involved in cell-cell junction organization  
cell-cell signaling involved in kidney development +   
cell-cell signaling involved in lung development +   
cell-cell signaling involved in mammary gland development  
cell-cell signaling involved in placenta development 
cell-cell signaling involved in quorum sensing 
cell-cell signaling via exosome +   
cerebellar Purkinje cell-granule cell precursor cell signaling involved in regulation of granule cell precursor cell proliferation +   
determination of muscle attachment site 
ectoderm and mesoderm interaction  
endocrine signaling  
endodermal-mesodermal cell signaling +   
epiblast cell-extraembryonic ectoderm cell signaling involved in anterior/posterior axis specification  
epithelial-mesenchymal cell signaling +   
glial cell-neuron signaling +   
mesenchymal-epithelial cell signaling +   
mesodermal-endodermal cell signaling +   
neuron-glial cell signaling  
paracrine signaling  
polyphosphate-mediated signaling 
regulation of branching involved in mammary cord morphogenesis by fat precursor cell-epithelial cell signaling 
regulation of mammary gland cord elongation by mammary fat precursor cell-epithelial cell signaling 
regulation of pre-tubular aggregate formation by cell-cell signaling 
signal release +   
stromal-epithelial cell signaling involved in prostate gland development  
synaptic signaling +   
Cell-cell signaling to, from or or within a synapse.
visceral mesoderm-endoderm interaction involved in midgut development  

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