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GO term:cell adhesion
Synonym: cell adhesion molecule activity
GO id:GO:0007155
Definition:The attachment of a cell, either to another cell or to an underlying substrate such as the extracellular matrix, via cell adhesion molecules.
Number of paths to term: 1

is-adenotes an 'is-a' relationship
part-ofdenotes a 'part-of' relationship
regulatesdenotes a 'regulates' relationship
positively-regulatesdenotes a 'positively-regulates' relationship
negatively-regulatesdenotes a 'negatively-regulates' relationship

                is-abiological adhesion
                        is-aadhesion of symbiont to host +
                        is-acell adhesion [GO:0007155] (1238 genes, 2350 annotations)
                                is-acell adhesion involved in heart morphogenesis +
                                is-acell adhesion involved in prostatic bud elongation
                                is-acell adhesion involved in retrograde extension +
                                is-acell adhesion mediated by integrin +
                                is-acell-cell adhesion +
                                is-acell-substrate adhesion +
                                is-amulti organism cell adhesion +
                                negatively-regulatesnegative regulation of cell adhesion +
                                positively-regulatespositive regulation of cell adhesion +
                                regulatesregulation of cell adhesion +
                                is-asingle organism cell adhesion +
                        is-aintermicrovillar adhesion
                        is-amulticellular organism adhesion +
                        is-anurse cell nucleus anchoring

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