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Term:
negative regulation of G protein-coupled receptor internalization (GO:1904021)
Annotations: Rat: (2) Mouse: (2) Human: (2) Chinchilla: (2) Bonobo: (2) Dog: (2) Squirrel: (2) Pig: (2)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
induction by symbiont of host G protein-coupled receptor signal transduction 
negative regulation of G protein-coupled receptor internalization  
Any process that stops, prevents or reduces the frequency, rate or extent of G protein-coupled receptor internalization.
negative regulation of inhibitory G protein-coupled receptor phosphorylation 
positive regulation of adenosine receptor signaling pathway  
positive regulation of adenylate cyclase-activating adrenergic receptor signaling pathway +   
positive regulation of adenylate cyclase-activating G protein-coupled receptor signaling pathway +   
positive regulation of adenylate cyclase-inhibiting dopamine receptor signaling pathway  
positive regulation of angiotensin-activated signaling pathway 
positive regulation of G protein-coupled receptor internalization  
positive regulation of octopamine or tyramine signaling pathway +  
positive regulation of opioid receptor signaling pathway +   
positive regulation of phospholipase C-activating G protein-coupled receptor signaling pathway  
positive regulation of proteinase activated receptor activity 
positive regulation of thrombin-activated receptor signaling pathway 
prostaglandin receptor internalization  
regulation of G protein-coupled receptor internalization +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: down regulation of G-protein coupled receptor internalization ;   downregulation of G-protein coupled receptor internalization
Narrow Synonyms: inhibition of G-protein coupled receptor internalization
Definition Sources: GO_REF:0000058, GOC:TermGenie, PMID:24732013

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