Human Gene Set: GOBP_ENDOCRINE_SYSTEM_DEVELOPMENT

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For the Mouse gene set with the same name, see GOBP_ENDOCRINE_SYSTEM_DEVELOPMENT

Standard name GOBP_ENDOCRINE_SYSTEM_DEVELOPMENT
Systematic name M15186
Brief description Progression of the endocrine system over time, from its formation to a mature structure. The endocrine system is a system of hormones and ductless glands, where the glands release hormones directly into the blood, lymph or other intercellular fluid, and the hormones circulate within the body to affect distant organs. The major glands that make up the human endocrine system are the hypothalamus, pituitary, thyroid, parathryoids, adrenals, pineal body, and the reproductive glands which include the ovaries and testes. [GOC:bf, Wikipedia:Development_of_the_endocrine_system]
Full description or abstract  
Collection C5: Ontology
      GO: Gene Ontology
            GO:BP: GO Biological Process
Source publication  
Exact source GO:0035270
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External links http://amigo.geneontology.org/amigo/term/GO:0035270
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Organism Homo sapiens
Contributed by Gene Ontology (Gene Ontology Consortium)
Source platform Human_NCBI_Gene_ID
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Version history 2022.1.Hs: Updated to GO Release 2022-07-01, NCBI gene2go 2022-07-15.

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