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Accession
GO:0044471
Name
envenomation resulting in pore formation in membrane of other organism
Ontology
biological_process
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Definition
A process that begins with venom being forced into an organism by the bite or sting of another organism, and ends with the aggregation, arrangement and bonding together of a set of components to form a pore complex in a membrane of the bitten organism. Source: GOC:jl, GOC:fj, PMID:21549739
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Parents of envenomation resulting in pore formation in membrane of other organism (GO:0044471)
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envenomation resulting in pore formation in membrane of other organism [is_a relation] is_a  envenomation resulting in modulation of process in other organism (GO:0035738)
envenomation resulting in pore formation in membrane of other organism [BFO:0000051 relation] BFO:0000051  pore formation in membrane of other organism (GO:0035915)

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