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Term:
cell cycle arrest of committed forebrain neuronal progenitor cell (GO:0021883)
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cell cycle arrest of committed forebrain neuronal progenitor cell 
The process in which the cell cycle is halted during one of the normal phases (G1, S, G2, M) in a cell that has been committed to become a neuron that will reside in the forebrain.
cell proliferation in forebrain +   
cerebral cortex neuron differentiation +   
diencephalon development +   
fibroblast growth factor receptor signaling pathway involved in forebrain neuroblast division 
forebrain astrocyte differentiation +   
forebrain cell migration +   
forebrain generation of neurons +   
forebrain morphogenesis +   
forebrain regionalization +   
G1 cell cycle arrest in response to nitrogen starvation +  
limbic system development +   
mitotic cell cycle arrest +   
negative regulation by virus of host cell division 
negative regulation of asymmetric cell division +   
negative regulation of cell budding 
negative regulation of cell cycle arrest  
negative regulation of cytokinesis +   
negative regulation of establishment or maintenance of neuroblast polarity 
negative regulation of septum digestion after cytokinesis 
negative regulation of somatic stem cell division 
neuroblast division in pallium 
Notch signaling pathway involved in forebrain neuroblast division 
positive regulation of cell cycle arrest +   
regulation of cell cycle arrest +   
regulation of male germ-line stem cell asymmetric division +   
regulation of somatic stem cell division +   
telencephalon development +   
ventricular zone neuroblast division  
Wnt signaling pathway involved in forebrain neuroblast division  

Synonyms
Definition Sources: GO_REF:0000021, GOC:cls, GOC:dgh, GOC:dph, GOC:jid, GOC:tb, PMID:16226447

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