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The Mouse Adult Gross Anatomy Ontology and Mammalian Phenotype Ontology are downloaded weekly from the Mouse Genome Informatics databases at Jackson Laboratories ( For more information about these ontologies, see the MGI Publications Page at

Term:decreased circulating vitamin C level
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Accession:MP:0031257 term browser browse the term
Definition:reduced concentration of L-ascorbic acid (vitamin C) in the blood
Synonyms:exact_synonym: decreased circulating L-ascorbic acid level;   decreased circulating ascorbate level;   decreased circulating ascorbic acid level;   reduced circulating L-ascorbic acid level;   reduced circulating ascorbate level;   reduced circulating ascorbic acid level;   reduced circulating vitamin C level
 narrow_synonym: decreased plasma L-ascorbic acid level;   decreased plasma ascorbate level;   decreased plasma ascorbic acid level;   decreased plasma vitamin C level;   decreased serum L-ascorbic acid level;   decreased serum ascorbate level;   decreased serum ascorbic acid level;   decreased serum vitamin C level

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Symbol Object Name Qualifiers Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
S ODS/Shi Osteogenic disorder Shionogi induced IDA compared to ODS/shi fed on deficient diet supplemented with ascorbic acid (300 mg/kg) RGD PMID:11693268 RGD:1556471
S SHR.ODS-Gulood/Shi IAGP compared to ODS/Shi strain RGD PMID:11693268 RGD:1556471

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  mammalian phenotype 5415
    homeostasis/metabolism phenotype 1421
      abnormal homeostasis 1322
        abnormal vitamin homeostasis 4
          abnormal vitamin level 3
            abnormal vitamin C level 2
              abnormal circulating vitamin C level 2
                decreased circulating vitamin C level 2
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