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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:nuclear lumen
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Accession:GO:0031981 term browser browse the term
Definition:The volume enclosed by the nuclear inner membrane.



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      cellular_component 20305
        cellular anatomical entity 20020
          intracellular anatomical structure 14605
            intracellular organelle 12939
              intracellular organelle lumen 4431
                nuclear lumen 3972
                  nuclear chromosome + 247
                  nuclear exosome (RNase complex) + 15
                  nuclear periphery + 123
                  nuclear proteasome complex + 3
                  nucleolus + 962
                  nucleolus-like body 0
                  nucleoplasm + 3501
                  perinucleolar compartment 5
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      cellular_component 20305
        cellular anatomical entity 20020
          organelle 13295
            intracellular organelle 12939
              intracellular membrane-bounded organelle 11368
                nucleus 7154
                  nuclear lumen 3972
                    nuclear chromosome + 247
                    nuclear exosome (RNase complex) + 15
                    nuclear periphery + 123
                    nuclear proteasome complex + 3
                    nucleolus + 962
                    nucleolus-like body 0
                    nucleoplasm + 3501
                    perinucleolar compartment 5
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