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Term:phosphocholine group
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Definition:The monodehydrogenated form of phosphocholine; the inorganic hapten formed from phosphocholine in hapten-protein conjugates.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: {hydroxy[2-(trimethylammonio)ethoxy]phosphoryl}oxy
 related_synonym: Formula=C5H14NO4P;   PC;   PC group;   phosphocholine
 xref: PMID:6420466 "Europe PMC"

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  CHEBI ontology 19657
    chemical entity 19655
      group 19571
        organic group 18338
          phosphocholine group 0
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  CHEBI ontology 19657
    subatomic particle 19653
      composite particle 19653
        hadron 19653
          baryon 19653
            nucleon 19653
              atomic nucleus 19653
                atom 19653
                  main group element atom 19534
                    main group molecular entity 19534
                      s-block molecular entity 19319
                        hydrogen molecular entity 19310
                          hydrides 18237
                            inorganic hydride 17105
                              pnictogen hydride 17063
                                nitrogen hydride 16886
                                  ammonium 8209
                                    ammonium ion derivative 8204
                                      quaternary ammonium ion 5048
                                        cholines 4755
                                          choline 3496
                                            choline ester 118
                                              phosphocholines 118
                                                phosphocholine 5
                                                  phosphocholine group 0
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