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Term:peptidyl-L-glutamyl 5-glycerylphosphorylethanolamine biosynthetic process from peptidyl-glutamic acid
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Definition:The modification of peptidyl-glutamic acid residues by the covalent attachment of ethanolamine, itself further modified by the addition of a phosphoglycerol unit.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: peptidyl-L-glutamyl 5-glycerylphosphorylethanolamine anabolism from peptidyl-glutamic acid;   peptidyl-L-glutamyl 5-glycerylphosphorylethanolamine formation from peptidyl-glutamic acid;   peptidyl-L-glutamyl 5-glycerylphosphorylethanolamine synthesis from peptidyl-glutamic acid
 xref: RESID:AA0170


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  biological_process 19578
    metabolic process 11901
      cellular metabolic process 10737
        cellular macromolecule metabolic process 8223
          cellular protein metabolic process 5386
            cellular protein modification process 3882
              peptidyl-amino acid modification 1289
                peptidyl-glutamic acid modification 33
                  peptidyl-L-glutamyl 5-glycerylphosphorylethanolamine biosynthetic process from peptidyl-glutamic acid 0
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  biological_process 19578
    metabolic process 11901
      organic substance metabolic process 11299
        macromolecule metabolic process 9767
          protein metabolic process 6070
            protein modification process 3882
              cellular protein modification process 3882
                peptidyl-amino acid modification 1289
                  peptidyl-glutamic acid modification 33
                    peptidyl-L-glutamyl 5-glycerylphosphorylethanolamine biosynthetic process from peptidyl-glutamic acid 0
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