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CROSS-SPECIES ANATOMY - ANNOTATIONS

The Basic subset of the UBERON integrated, cross-species anatomy ontology is downloaded weekly from http://berkeleybop.org/ontologies/uberon/basic.obo. For more information about this ontology see the "About" page on the UBERON website at http://uberon.github.io/about.html.

Term:immune system
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Accession:UBERON:0002405 term browser browse the term
Definition:Anatomical system that protects the body from foreign substances, cells, and tissues by producing the immune response and that includes especially the thymus, spleen, lymphoid tissue, lymphocytes including the B cells and T cells, and antibodies.
Synonyms:xref: AAO:0011003;   BILA:0000104;   BTO:0005810;   FMA:9825;   GAID:328;   MA:0002711;   MESH:D007107;   NCIT:C12735;   OpenCyc:Mx4rvWNkm5wpEbGdrcN5Y29ycA;   SCTID:362590003;   TAO:0001159;   UMLS:C0020962;   VHOG:0001247;   Wikipedia:Immune_system;   XAO:0003152;   ZFA:0001159



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Path 1
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  UBERON ontology 0
    anatomical entity 0
      material anatomical entity 0
        anatomical structure 0
          anatomical system 0
            immune system 0
              bone marrow + 0
              immune organ + 0
              lymphoid system + 0
              reticuloendothelial system + 0
              thymus primordium + 0
Path 2
Term Annotations click to browse term
  UBERON ontology 0
    anatomical entity 0
      material anatomical entity 0
        anatomical structure 0
          multicellular anatomical structure 0
            multicellular organism 0
              anatomical system 0
                immune system 0
                  bone marrow + 0
                  immune organ + 0
                  lymphoid system + 0
                  reticuloendothelial system + 0
                  thymus primordium + 0
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