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Term:negative regulation of protein localization to cell division site involved in mitotic actomyosin contractile ring assembly
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Accession:GO:0110084 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that stops, prevents, or reduces the frequency, rate or extent of protein localization to cell division site involved in mitotic actomyosin contractile ring assembly.


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  biological_process 19610
    cellular process 18463
      negative regulation of cellular process 5103
        negative regulation of cellular protein localization 135
          negative regulation of protein localization to cell division site involved in mitotic actomyosin contractile ring assembly 0
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  biological_process 19610
    cellular process 18463
      cellular component organization or biogenesis 6727
        cellular component organization 6482
          organelle organization 4058
            cytoskeleton organization 1447
              actin cytoskeleton organization 743
                cortical actin cytoskeleton organization 39
                  actomyosin contractile ring organization 7
                    actomyosin contractile ring assembly 7
                      protein localization to cell division site involved in cytokinesis, actomyosin contractile ring assembly 0
                        protein localization to cell division site involved in mitotic actomyosin contractile ring assembly 0
                          regulation of protein localization to cell division site involved in mitotic actomyosin contractile ring assembly 0
                            negative regulation of protein localization to cell division site involved in mitotic actomyosin contractile ring assembly 0
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