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Mammalian Phenotype (MP): abnormal level of surface class I molecules

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Root: MP Hierarchy (mammalian/mouse phenotype from MGI_4.41)

Shortest distance to current term (+ for parents, - for children) MP term [MP ID] <#Children> (#SF|#FA) #Supra-domain
(Single|Duplex|Triple)
+ + + + + 5:   mammalian phenotype [MP:0000001] <29>
+ + + + 4:   immune system phenotype [MP:0005387] <2>(76|114) (86|66|35)
+ + + 3:   abnormal immune system physiology [MP:0001790] <16>(59|84) (66|49|28)
+ + 2:   abnormal antigen presentation [MP:0001835] <6>(7|8) (7|4|2)
+ 1:   abnormal antigen presentation via MHC class I [MP:0001836] <3>(1|1) (1|0|0)
0:   abnormal level of surface class I molecules [MP:0001839] <2>(1|1) (1|0|0)
- 1:   decreased level of surface class I molecules [MP:0001841](1|1) (1|0|0)
- 1:   increased level of surface class I molecules [MP:0001840](0|0) (0|0|0)


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Superfamily

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SCOP termFDR (all)Annotation (direct or inherited)
N-terminal nucleophile aminohydrolases (Ntn hydrolases)0.0000001743Direct


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Family

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SCOP termFDR (all)Annotation (direct or inherited)
Proteasome subunits0.0000000005137Direct


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Supra-domain (including individual superfamily)

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Supra-domain (Single) FDR (all) Annotation (direct or inherited)
N-terminal nucleophile aminohydrolases (Ntn hydrolases)0.00000006942Direct


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