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Term:negative regulation of cell communication by electrical coupling
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Definition:Any process that decreases the frequency, rate or extent of cell communication via electrical coupling. Cell communication via electrical coupling is the process that mediates signaling interactions between one cell and another cell by transfer of current between their adjacent cytoplasms via intercellular protein channels.


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Cabp1 calcium binding protein 1 IDA RGD PMID:17960496 RGD:7207144 NCBI chr12:47,185,449...47,209,785
Ensembl chr12:47,179,664...47,209,784
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  biological_process 20027
    cellular process 18798
      negative regulation of cellular process 5156
        negative regulation of cell communication 1371
          negative regulation of cell communication by electrical coupling 1
            negative regulation of cell communication by electrical coupling involved in cardiac conduction 0
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    biological regulation 13773
      regulation of biological process 13075
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          regulation of cell communication 3481
            regulation of cell communication by electrical coupling 10
              negative regulation of cell communication by electrical coupling 1
                negative regulation of cell communication by electrical coupling involved in cardiac conduction 0
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