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Term:octopamine or tyramine signaling pathway
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Accession:GO:0007211 term browser browse the term
Definition:The series of molecular signals generated as a consequence of octopamine or tyramine binding to a cell surface receptor. Octopamine and tyramine are decarboxylation products of tyrosine, and are the invertebrate counterparts of the vertebrate adrenergic transmitters.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: octopamine or tyramine signalling pathway;   octopamine/tyramine signaling pathway


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  biological_process 18179
    signaling 7122
      signal transduction 6611
        G protein-coupled receptor signaling pathway 2398
          octopamine or tyramine signaling pathway 0
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  biological_process 18179
    biological regulation 12814
      regulation of biological process 12149
        regulation of cellular process 11482
          signal transduction 6611
            G protein-coupled receptor signaling pathway 2398
              octopamine or tyramine signaling pathway 0
                negative regulation of octopamine or tyramine signaling pathway + 0
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