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abnormal uterine NK cell physiology (MP:0009099)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
abnormal natural killer cell mediated cytotoxicity +   
abnormal postimplantation uterine environment +   
abnormal uterine NK cell physiology  
any functional anomaly of a natural killer cell subset that is found in the decidual of the uterus, is CD56-high, Galectin-1-positive and CD16-negative, and is the most abundant immune cell type in the decidual during the first trimester of pregnancy
uterine cervix inflammation  
uterine hemorrhage  
uterus inflammation +   

Exact Synonyms: abnormal GMG cell physiology ;   abnormal dNK cell physiology ;   abnormal decidual NK cell physiology ;   abnormal decidual natural killer cell physiology ;   abnormal granulated metrial gland cell physiology ;   abnormal uNK cell physiology ;   abnormal uterine natural killer cell physiology
Xrefs: CL:0002343
Definition Sources: PMID:14568979, PMID:19800965

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