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RGD uses the Human Disease Ontology (DO, for disease curation across species. RGD automatically downloads each new release of the ontology on a monthly basis. Some additional terms which are required for RGD's curation purposes but are not currently covered in the official version of DO have been added. As corresponding terms are added to DO, these custom terms are retired and the DO terms substituted in existing annotations and subsequently used for curation.

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Accession:DOID:9000445 term browser browse the term
Definition:A biochemical abnormality referring to an elevation of BLOOD UREA NITROGEN and CREATININE. Azotemia can be produced by KIDNEY DISEASES or other extrarenal disorders. When azotemia becomes associated with a constellation of clinical signs, it is termed UREMIA.
Synonyms:primary_id: MESH:D053099
 alt_id: RDO:0007606
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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G GH1 growth hormone 1 EXP CTD Direct Evidence: marker/mechanism CTD PMID:14728886 NCBI chr17:63,917,203...63,918,839
Ensembl chr17:63,917,200...63,918,839
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G REN renin EXP CTD Direct Evidence: marker/mechanism CTD PMID:6338847 NCBI chr 1:204,154,819...204,166,337
Ensembl chr 1:204,154,819...204,190,324
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  disease 20806
    Pathological Conditions, Signs and Symptoms 11707
      Pathologic Processes 7757
        Azotemia 2
Path 2
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  disease 20806
    disease of anatomical entity 19388
      Urogenital Diseases 4935
        urinary system disease 1986
          kidney disease 1762
            kidney failure 484
              uremia 69
                Azotemia 2
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