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Term:phosphorelay signal transduction system
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Accession:GO:0000160 term browser browse the term
Definition:A conserved series of molecular signals found in prokaryotes and eukaryotes; involves autophosphorylation of a histidine kinase and the transfer of the phosphate group to an aspartate that then acts as a phospho-donor to response regulator proteins.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: histidyl-aspartyl phosphorelay


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  biological_process 19678
    signaling 7531
      signal transduction 6946
        intracellular signal transduction 2594
          phosphorelay signal transduction system 0
            ethylene-activated signaling pathway + 0
            negative regulation of phosphorelay signal transduction system + 0
            osmosensory signaling via phosphorelay pathway 0
            positive regulation of phosphorelay signal transduction system + 0
            regulation of phosphorelay signal transduction system + 0
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  biological_process 19678
    biological regulation 13599
      regulation of biological process 12921
        regulation of cellular process 12405
          signal transduction 6946
            intracellular signal transduction 2594
              phosphorelay signal transduction system 0
                ethylene-activated signaling pathway + 0
                negative regulation of phosphorelay signal transduction system + 0
                osmosensory signaling via phosphorelay pathway 0
                positive regulation of phosphorelay signal transduction system + 0
                regulation of phosphorelay signal transduction system + 0
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