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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:Prinzmetal angina
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Accession:DOID:0111151 term browser browse the term
Definition:A coronary artery vasospasm characterized by spasms of the coronary arteries that occur while at rest, generally late at night or early in the morning, resulting in severe chest pain with preserved exercise capacity. (DO)
Synonyms:exact_synonym: Prinzmetal's Angina;   Prinzmetal's variant angina;   Prinzmetals Angina;   angina inversa;   variant angina;   variant angina pectoris
 primary_id: MESH:C536421;   MESH:D000788
 alt_id: DOID:9006233;   RDO:0002014;   RDO:0002015
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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Icam1 intercellular adhesion molecule 1 JBrowse link 8 22,035,287 22,047,049 RGD:8547713
G Kcnj8 potassium inwardly-rectifying channel, subfamily J, member 8 JBrowse link 4 176,783,287 176,789,143 RGD:1581700
G Kl Klotho JBrowse link 12 942,974 987,206 RGD:1581723

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  disease 15992
    disease of anatomical entity 15263
      cardiovascular system disease 4357
        vascular disease 3318
          artery disease 2279
            coronary artery disease 466
              intermediate coronary syndrome 22
                Prinzmetal angina 3
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  disease 15992
    disease of anatomical entity 15263
      cardiovascular system disease 4357
        vascular disease 3318
          ischemia 1282
            Myocardial Ischemia 805
              Coronary Disease 488
                coronary artery disease 466
                  intermediate coronary syndrome 22
                    Prinzmetal angina 3
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