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Term:
response to xenobiotic stimulus (GO:0009410)
Annotations: Rat: (116) Mouse: (117) Human: (138) Chinchilla: (40) Bonobo: (51) Dog: (70) Squirrel: (43) Pig: (64)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
cellular response to chemical stimulus +   
chemosensory behavior +   
chemotaxis +   
chemotropism 
detection of chemical stimulus +   
filamentous growth of a population of unicellular organisms in response to chemical stimulus +  
negative regulation of ribosomal protein gene transcription from RNA polymerase II promoter in response to chemical stimulus 
regulation of synaptic plasticity by chemical substance +   
response to acid chemical +   
response to antibiotic +   
response to antimetabolite 
response to Aroclor 1254 +   
response to aromatase inhibitor 
response to arsenic-containing substance +   
response to asparaginase 
response to boron-containing substance +  
response to carboplatin 
response to cisplatin +   
response to drug +   
response to food +   
response to inorganic substance +   
response to irinotecan 
response to nicotine +   
response to nitrogen compound +   
response to nutrient +   
response to odorant  
response to organic substance +   
response to oxygen-containing compound +   
response to salt +   
response to tacrolimus +  
response to TNF agonist  
response to topoisomerase inhibitor +  
response to toxic substance +   
response to transition metal nanoparticle +   
response to tunicamycin +   
response to xenobiotic stimulus +   
Any process that results in a change in state or activity of a cell or an organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of a xenobiotic compound stimulus. Xenobiotic compounds are compounds foreign to living organisms.
salt aversion 

Synonyms
Alternate IDs: GO:0017104
Definition Sources: GOC:jl

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