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Term:negative regulation of phosphatidylcholine catabolic process
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Definition:Any process that decreases the rate, frequency or extent of phosphatidylcholine catabolism. Phosphatidylcholine catabolic processes are the chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the breakdown of phosphatidylcholines, any of a class of glycerophospholipids in which the phosphatidyl group is esterified to the hydroxyl group of choline.


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Apoc1 apolipoprotein C1 ISO (PMID:2302419) RGD PMID:2302419 NCBI chr 1:80,606,638...80,609,921
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  biological_process 20027
    metabolic process 12278
      nitrogen compound metabolic process 10390
        negative regulation of nitrogen compound metabolic process 2582
          negative regulation of phosphatidylcholine catabolic process 1
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  biological_process 20027
    metabolic process 12278
      cellular metabolic process 11085
        phosphorus metabolic process 3301
          phosphate-containing compound metabolic process 3280
            phospholipid metabolic process 381
              glycerophospholipid metabolic process 293
                phosphatidylcholine metabolic process 65
                  phosphatidylcholine catabolic process 15
                    regulation of phosphatidylcholine catabolic process 3
                      negative regulation of phosphatidylcholine catabolic process 1
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