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Term:acetylcholine catabolic process in synaptic cleft
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Accession:GO:0001507 term browser browse the term
Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the breakdown of acetylcholine that occurs in the synaptic cleft during synaptic transmission.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: acetylcholine breakdown in synaptic cleft;   acetylcholine degradation in synaptic cleft


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G ACHE acetylcholinesterase (Cartwright blood group) NAS (PMID:1517212) UniProtKB PMID:1517212 NCBI chr 7:100,889,994...100,896,994
Ensembl chr 7:100,889,994...100,896,974
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G COLQ collagen like tail subunit of asymmetric acetylcholinesterase TAS (PMID:9689136) PINC PMID:9689136 NCBI chr 3:15,450,133...15,521,706
Ensembl chr 3:15,450,133...15,521,751
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  biological_process 18672
    metabolic process 12302
      catabolic process 2863
        organic substance catabolic process 2371
          acetylcholine catabolic process 2
            acetylcholine catabolic process in synaptic cleft 2
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  biological_process 18672
    cellular process 17690
      cell communication 7247
        cell-cell signaling 2065
          synaptic signaling 996
            trans-synaptic signaling 968
              anterograde trans-synaptic signaling 959
                chemical synaptic transmission 959
                  synaptic transmission, cholinergic 40
                    acetylcholine catabolic process in synaptic cleft 2
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