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Term:adaxial/abaxial pattern specification
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Accession:GO:0009955 term browser browse the term
Definition:The regionalization process in which differences in cell differentiation along the adaxial/abaxial are generated. Adaxial refers to being situated toward an axis of an anatomical structure. Abaxial refers to being situated away from an axis of an anatomical structure.
Synonyms:related_synonym: adaxial/abaxial pattern formation



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Symbol Object Name Qualifiers Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Bmi1 BMI1 proto-oncogene, polycomb ring finger acts_upstream_of_or_within ISO MGI:95286 (PMID:17107999) RGD PMID:17107999 NCBI chr17:81,332,175...81,341,625
Ensembl chr17:81,332,214...81,388,690
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G Eed embryonic ectoderm development acts_upstream_of_or_within ISO MGI:88174 (PMID:17107999) RGD PMID:17107999 NCBI chr 1:143,867,875...143,895,008
Ensembl chr 1:143,867,875...143,894,974
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  biological_process 19872
    multicellular organismal process 8843
      pattern specification process 499
        regionalization 454
          adaxial/abaxial pattern specification 2
            adaxial/abaxial axis specification + 0
            regulation of adaxial/abaxial pattern formation 2
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  biological_process 19872
    developmental process 6994
      anatomical structure development 6515
        multicellular organism development 5259
          pattern specification process 499
            regionalization 454
              adaxial/abaxial pattern specification 2
                adaxial/abaxial axis specification + 0
                regulation of adaxial/abaxial pattern formation 2
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