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Term:cleavage furrow formation
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Accession:GO:0036089 term browser browse the term
Definition:Generation of the cleavage furrow, a shallow groove in the cell surface near the old metaphase plate that marks the site of cytokinesis. This process includes the recruitment and localized activation of signals such as RhoA at the site of the future furrow to ensure that furrowing initiates at the correct site in the cell.
Comment:Consider also annotating to 'establishment of contractile ring localization involved in cell cycle cytokinesis ; GO:0032188'.
Synonyms:narrow_synonym: cleavage furrow positioning


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cleavage furrow formation term browser
Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G RHOA ras homolog family member A JBrowse link 20 39,824,552 39,888,089 RGD:13508589
G SNX33 sorting nexin 33 JBrowse link 30 38,441,311 38,453,477 RGD:13508589
G SPIRE2 spire type actin nucleation factor 2 JBrowse link 5 63,732,855 63,765,162 RGD:13508589
mitotic cleavage furrow formation term browser
Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G RHOA ras homolog family member A JBrowse link 20 39,824,552 39,888,089 RGD:13508589

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  biological_process 13038
    cellular process 11437
      cell cycle process 756
        cytokinetic process 26
          cleavage furrow formation 3
            mitotic cleavage furrow formation 1
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  biological_process 13038
    cellular process 11437
      cell cycle 960
        cell cycle process 756
          cytokinesis 117
            cytokinetic process 26
              cleavage furrow formation 3
                mitotic cleavage furrow formation 1
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