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Term:
midbrain dopaminergic neuron differentiation (GO:1904948)
Annotations: Rat: (13) Mouse: (14) Human: (18) Chinchilla: (15) Bonobo: (17) Dog: (8) Squirrel: (0) Pig: (10)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
candelabrum cell differentiation 
cell proliferation in midbrain +   
central nervous system neuron development +   
cerebellar basket cell differentiation 
cerebellar Golgi cell differentiation 
cerebellar granule cell differentiation  
cerebellar Purkinje cell differentiation  
cerebellar stellate cell differentiation 
cerebellar unipolar brush cell differentiation 
cerebral cortex neuron differentiation +   
commissural neuron differentiation in spinal cord +   
corpora quadrigemina development +   
eurydendroid cell differentiation 
forebrain neuron differentiation +   
Lugaro cell differentiation 
midbrain dopaminergic neuron differentiation +   
The process in which a relatively unspecialized cell acquires the specialized features of a midbrain dopaminergic neuron.
midbrain morphogenesis  
negative regulation of dopaminergic neuron differentiation +   
positive regulation of dopaminergic neuron differentiation +   
pyramidal neuron differentiation +   
regulation of dopaminergic neuron differentiation +   
retrotrapezoid nucleus neuron differentiation  
spinal cord association neuron differentiation +   
spinal cord motor neuron differentiation +   
substantia nigra development  
ventral spinal cord interneuron differentiation +   
ventral tegmental area development 

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: DA neurogenesis from midbrain floor plate ;   mDA neuron differentiation ;   midbrain DA neurogenesis ;   midbrain dopaminergic neuron production
Definition Sources: GO_REF:0000086, GOC:bf, GOC:PARL, GOC:TermGenie, PMID:17331494, PMID:19122665

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