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GO term:receptor localization to synapse
Synonym: receptor localisation to synapse
GO id:GO:0097120
Definition:Any process in which a receptor is transported to, and/or maintained at the synapse, the junction between a nerve fiber of one neuron and another neuron or muscle fiber or glial cell.
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


Gene_Ontology
        is-abiological_process
                is-alocalization
                        is-amacromolecule localization
                                is-aprotein localization
                                        is-aprotein localization to synapse
                                                positively-regulatespositive regulation of protein localization to synapse +
                                                is-areceptor localization to synapse [GO:0097120] (5 genes, 5 annotations)
                                                        negatively-regulatesnegative regulation of receptor localization to synapse
                                                        positively-regulatespositive regulation of receptor localization to synapse
                                                        regulatesregulation of receptor localization to synapse +
                                                        is-aregulation of synaptic plasticity by receptor localization to synapse
                                                regulatesregulation of protein localization to synapse +


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last database update
04/15/2014
MGI 5.17
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