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Term:peptidoglycan recognition protein signaling pathway
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Accession:GO:0061057 term browser browse the term
Definition:A series of molecular signals initiated by binding of peptidoglycan to a receptor and ending with regulation of a downstream cellular process. The main outcome of the Imd signaling is the production of antimicrobial peptides.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: Imd signaling pathway;   Imd signalling pathway
 related_synonym: PGRP signaling pathway;   immune deficiency pathway;   immune deficiency signaling pathway


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  biological_process 19858
    signaling 7553
      signal transduction 6968
        peptidoglycan recognition protein signaling pathway 0
          negative regulation of peptidoglycan recognition protein signaling pathway 0
          positive regulation of peptidoglycan recognition protein signaling pathway 0
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  biological_process 19858
    response to stimulus 10526
      response to biotic stimulus 1714
        response to external biotic stimulus 1682
          response to other organism 1678
            response to bacterium 1033
              defense response to bacterium 422
                peptidoglycan recognition protein signaling pathway 0
                  negative regulation of peptidoglycan recognition protein signaling pathway 0
                  positive regulation of peptidoglycan recognition protein signaling pathway 0
                  regulation of peptidoglycan recognition protein signaling pathway + 0
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