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GO Term History: Displaying 6 audit records for all terms for the date 2003-06-25

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Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2003-06-25 GO:0001759 organ induction Added DEFINITION The close range interaction of two or more cells or tissues that causes them to change their fates and specify the development of an organ.
2003-06-25 GO:0001759 organ induction Added TERM induction of an organ
2003-06-25 GO:0048103 somatic stem cell division Added TERM somatic stem cell renewal
2003-06-25 GO:0048103 somatic stem cell division Added DEFINITION The self-renewing division of a somatic stem cell, a stem cell that can give rise to cell types of the body other than those of the germ-line.
2003-06-25 GO:0017145 stem cell division Added DEFINITION The self-renewing division of a stem cell. A stem cell is an undifferentiated cell, in the embryo or adult, that can undergo unlimited division and give rise to one or several different cell types.
2003-06-25 GO:0003824 catalytic activity Updated DEFINITION Catalysis of a biochemical reaction at physiological temperatures. In biologically catalyzed reactions, the reactants are known as substrates, and the catalysts are naturally occurring macromolecular substances known as enzymes. Enzymes possess specific binding sites for substrates, and are usually composed wholly or largely of protein, but RNA that has catalytic activity (ribozyme) is often also regarded as enzymatic.

Terms

Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2003-06-25 GO:0001759 organ induction Added TERM induction of an organ
2003-06-25 GO:0048103 somatic stem cell division Added TERM somatic stem cell renewal

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2003-06-25 GO:0001759 organ induction Added DEFINITION The close range interaction of two or more cells or tissues that causes them to change their fates and specify the development of an organ.
2003-06-25 GO:0048103 somatic stem cell division Added DEFINITION The self-renewing division of a somatic stem cell, a stem cell that can give rise to cell types of the body other than those of the germ-line.
2003-06-25 GO:0017145 stem cell division Added DEFINITION The self-renewing division of a stem cell. A stem cell is an undifferentiated cell, in the embryo or adult, that can undergo unlimited division and give rise to one or several different cell types.
2003-06-25 GO:0003824 catalytic activity Updated DEFINITION Catalysis of a biochemical reaction at physiological temperatures. In biologically catalyzed reactions, the reactants are known as substrates, and the catalysts are naturally occurring macromolecular substances known as enzymes. Enzymes possess specific binding sites for substrates, and are usually composed wholly or largely of protein, but RNA that has catalytic activity (ribozyme) is often also regarded as enzymatic.
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