Term Information

Accession
GO:0071480
Name
cellular response to gamma radiation
Ontology
biological_process
Synonyms
cellular response to gamma ray, cellular response to gamma-ray photon
Alternate IDs
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Definition
Any process that results in a change in state or activity of a cell (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of a gamma radiation stimulus. Gamma radiation is a form of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) or light emission of a specific frequency produced from sub-atomic particle interaction, such as electron-positron annihilation and radioactive decay. Gamma rays are generally characterized as EMR having the highest frequency and energy, and also the shortest wavelength, within the electromagnetic radiation spectrum. Source: GOC:mah
Comment
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History
See term history for GO:0071480 at QuickGO
Subset
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Parents of cellular response to gamma radiation (GO:0071480)
subject[Reorder by subject] relation[Reorder by relation] object[Reorder by object]
cellular response to gamma radiation [is_a relation] is_a  cellular response to ionizing radiation (GO:0071479)
cellular response to gamma radiation [is_a relation] is_a  response to gamma radiation (GO:0010332)
Children of cellular response to gamma radiation (GO:0071480)
subject[Reorder by subject] relation[Reorder by relation] object[Reorder by object]
negative regulation of cellular response to gamma radiation (GO:1905844) [RO:0002212 relation] RO:0002212  cellular response to gamma radiation
regulation of cellular response to gamma radiation (GO:1905843) [RO:0002211 relation] RO:0002211  cellular response to gamma radiation
positive regulation of cellular response to gamma radiation (GO:1905845) [RO:0002213 relation] RO:0002213  cellular response to gamma radiation
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