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Term:skeletal muscle satellite cell commitment
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Accession:GO:0014813 term browser browse the term
Definition:The process in which the developmental fate of a cell becomes restricted such that it will develop into a satellite cell.


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Pax7 paired box 7 ISO MGI:1857831 (MGI:1889987|PMID:11030621) RGD PMID:11030621 MGI:1889987 NCBI chr 5:158,211,001...158,313,510
Ensembl chr 5:158,214,616...158,313,426
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  biological_process 20020
    cellular process 18792
      cellular developmental process 4457
        cell fate commitment 282
          skeletal muscle satellite cell commitment 1
            skeletal muscle satellite cell fate determination 0
            skeletal muscle satellite cell fate specification 0
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  biological_process 20020
    developmental process 6826
      anatomical structure development 6268
        multicellular organism development 5743
          system development 5279
            animal organ development 4033
              muscle organ development 350
                skeletal muscle organ development 220
                  skeletal muscle tissue development 205
                    skeletal muscle cell differentiation 79
                      skeletal muscle satellite cell differentiation 10
                        skeletal muscle satellite cell commitment 1
                          skeletal muscle satellite cell fate determination 0
                          skeletal muscle satellite cell fate specification 0
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