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Term:
regulation of cell motility (GO:2000145)
Annotations: Rat: (972) Mouse: (935) Human: (909) Chinchilla: (854) Bonobo: (873) Dog: (889) Squirrel: (857)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
actin polymerization-dependent cell motility +   
cell gliding +   
cell migration +   
cell motility in response to calcium ion  
cell motility in response to potassium ion 
cell motility involved in camera-type eye morphogenesis 
cell motility involved in cerebral cortex radial glia guided migration +   
cell motility involved in somitogenic axis elongation +   
cell movement involved in somal translocation 
cell swimming +  
cilium or flagellum-dependent cell motility +   
cytoplasmic actin-based contraction involved in cell motility +   
modulation of spore movement on or near host +  
negative regulation of cell motility +   
negative regulation of cellular component movement +   
negative regulation of locomotion +   
positive regulation of cell motility +   
positive regulation of cellular component movement +   
positive regulation of locomotion +   
regulation by organism of entry into other organism involved in symbiotic interaction +  
regulation of actin filament-based movement +   
regulation of axon guidance +   
regulation of backward locomotion +  
regulation of cell motility +   
Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of cell motility.
regulation of chemotaxis +   
regulation of forward locomotion +  
regulation of locomotion involved in locomotory behavior +   
regulation of microtubule-based movement +   
regulation of viral release from host cell +   
sperm motility +   
type IV pilus-dependent motility 

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: regulation of cell locomotion ;   regulation of movement of a cell
Related Synonyms: regulation of cell movement
Definition Sources: GOC:mah

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