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Term:galactosylceramide catabolic process
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Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the breakdown of galactosylceramides, any compound formed by the replacement of the glycosidic hydroxyl group of a cyclic form of galactose by a ceramide group.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: galactosylceramide breakdown;   galactosylceramide catabolism;   galactosylceramide degradation

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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Galc galactosylceramidase JBrowse link 6 122,177,195 122,239,411 RGD:1624291
G Gba3 glucosylceramidase beta 3 JBrowse link 14 64,390,793 64,535,213 RGD:1624291
G Psap prosaposin JBrowse link 20 29,831,302 29,856,876 RGD:1600115

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  biological_process 19332
    metabolic process 11554
      organic substance metabolic process 10949
        carbohydrate derivative metabolic process 1006
          carbohydrate derivative catabolic process 137
            glycolipid catabolic process 17
              galactolipid catabolic process 4
                galactosylceramide catabolic process 3
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  biological_process 19332
    metabolic process 11554
      primary metabolic process 10411
        lipid metabolic process 1300
          cellular lipid metabolic process 987
            membrane lipid metabolic process 183
              sphingolipid metabolic process 135
                ceramide metabolic process 93
                  glycosylceramide metabolic process 17
                    galactosylceramide metabolic process 9
                      galactosylceramide catabolic process 3
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