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Term:negative regulation of corticosterone secretion
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Accession:GO:2000853 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that stops, prevents or reduces the frequency, rate or extent of corticosterone secretion.


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G NRG1 neuregulin 1 ISO RGD PMID:21092742 RGD:10449008 NCBI chr16:31,697,958...32,771,888
Ensembl chr16:31,706,851...32,771,932
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  biological_process 16187
    multicellular organismal process 7605
      negative regulation of multicellular organismal process 1094
        negative regulation of steroid hormone secretion 5
          negative regulation of corticosteroid hormone secretion 4
            negative regulation of glucocorticoid secretion 4
              negative regulation of corticosterone secretion 1
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  biological_process 16187
    localization 5957
      establishment of localization 4452
        transport 4303
          secretion 1062
            secretion by cell 897
              signal release 581
                hormone secretion 365
                  endocrine hormone secretion 62
                    steroid hormone secretion 27
                      regulation of steroid hormone secretion 24
                        negative regulation of steroid hormone secretion 5
                          negative regulation of corticosteroid hormone secretion 4
                            negative regulation of glucocorticoid secretion 4
                              negative regulation of corticosterone secretion 1
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