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Term:short-chain fatty acid import
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Accession:GO:0015913 term browser browse the term
Definition:The directed movement of short-chain fatty acids into a cell or organelle. Short-chain fatty acids are fatty acids with a chain length of less than C6.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: short-chain fatty acid uptake


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Slc22a25 solute carrier family 22, member 25 ISO (PMID:17393504) RGD PMID:17393504 NCBI chr 1:224,596,886...224,698,512
Ensembl chr 1:224,596,887...224,698,514
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G Slc5a8 solute carrier family 5 member 8 ISO
IBA
(MGI:MGI:3510499|PMID:15322102)
PMID:21873635
RGD PMID:15322102, PMID:21873635 MGI:MGI:3510499, RGD:13792537 NCBI chr 7:29,434,175...29,476,807
Ensembl chr 7:29,435,444...29,477,947
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  biological_process 20027
    localization 6496
      macromolecule localization 3070
        lipid localization 459
          lipid transport 407
            fatty acid transport 104
              short-chain fatty acid transport 3
                short-chain fatty acid import 2
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  biological_process 20027
    localization 6496
      establishment of localization 4911
        transport 4759
          ion transport 1787
            anion transport 679
              organic anion transport 535
                carboxylic acid transport 369
                  monocarboxylic acid transport 191
                    fatty acid transport 104
                      short-chain fatty acid transport 3
                        short-chain fatty acid import 2
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