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Term:
negative regulation of viral release from host cell (GO:1902187)
Annotations: Rat: (16) Mouse: (17) Human: (18) Chinchilla: (15) Bonobo: (17) Dog: (15) Squirrel: (15) Pig: (17)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
modulation by host of viral release from host cell +   
negative regulation of intracellular transport of viral material  
negative regulation of receptor-mediated virion attachment to host cell 
negative regulation of viral budding via host ESCRT complex 
negative regulation of viral entry into host cell +   
negative regulation of viral genome replication +   
negative regulation of viral release from host cell +   
Any process that stops, prevents or reduces the frequency, rate or extent of viral release from host cell.
non-lytic viral release +  
positive regulation of viral release from host cell +   
regulation of holin activity +  
regulation of viral release from host cell +   
viral release from host cell by cytolysis +  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: down regulation of release of virus from host ;   down regulation of viral exit ;   down regulation of viral release ;   down regulation of viral release from host cell ;   down regulation of viral shedding ;   downregulation of release of virus from host ;   downregulation of viral exit ;   downregulation of viral release ;   downregulation of viral release from host cell ;   downregulation of viral shedding ;   inhibition of release of virus from host ;   inhibition of viral exit ;   inhibition of viral release ;   inhibition of viral shedding ;   negative regulation of release of virus from host ;   negative regulation of viral exit ;   negative regulation of viral release ;   negative regulation of viral shedding
Narrow Synonyms: inhibition of viral release from host cell
Definition Sources: GOC:TermGenie, PMID:18305167

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