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Term:
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
response to drug +     
transport +     
cellular response to drug +   
drug transport +   
The directed movement of a drug, a substance used in the diagnosis, treatment or prevention of a disease, into, out of or within a cell, or between cells, by means of some agent such as a transporter or pore.
exogenous drug catabolic process +   
export from cell +   
extracellular transport +   
eye pigment precursor transport 
fatty-acyl group transport 
fluid transport +   
gas transport +   
hormone transport +   
import into cell +   
intercellular transport +   
intestinal absorption +   
intracellular transport +   
ion transport +   
microtubule-based transport +   
mitochondrial transport +   
multi-organism transport +   
negative regulation of response to drug +  
negative regulation of transport +   
neurotransmitter transport +   
nitrogen compound transport +   
organic substance transport +   
ovarian nurse cell to oocyte transport +  
pigment granule transport +   
positive regulation of response to drug +   
positive regulation of transport +   
regulation of response to drug +   
regulation of transport +   
response to anesthetic  
response to anticoagulant  
response to anticonvulsant 
response to antidepressant +  
response to antineoplastic agent  
response to antipsychotic drug  
response to bronchodilator 
response to diuretic 
response to nitroglycerin +   
response to platelet aggregation inhibitor 
secretion +   
sulfur compound transport +   
synaptic vesicle recycling +   
synaptic vesicle transport +   
toxin transport +   
transepithelial transport +   
transmembrane transport +   
vacuolar transport +   
vascular transport +   
vesicle cargo loading +   
vesicle-mediated transport +   
vitamin transport +   
xenobiotic transport +   

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Definition Sources: GOC:ai

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