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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:protein oxidation
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Accession:GO:0018158 term browser browse the term
Definition:The modification of a protein amino acid by oxidation.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: protein amino acid oxidation


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  biological_process 326
    metabolic process 215
      oxidation-reduction process 9
        protein oxidation 0
          lipoprotein amino acid oxidation 0
          negative regulation of protein oxidation 0
          peptidyl-allysine oxidation to 2-aminoadipic acid 0
          peptidyl-cysteine oxidation + 0
          peptidyl-lysine oxidation 0
          peptidyl-methionine oxidation 0
          peptidyl-tryptophan oxidation to tryptophyl quinone 0
          positive regulation of protein oxidation 0
          regulation of protein oxidation + 0
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  biological_process 326
    metabolic process 215
      organic substance metabolic process 209
        organonitrogen compound metabolic process 119
          protein metabolic process 99
            cellular protein metabolic process 90
              cellular protein modification process 68
                protein oxidation 0
                  lipoprotein amino acid oxidation 0
                  negative regulation of protein oxidation 0
                  peptidyl-allysine oxidation to 2-aminoadipic acid 0
                  peptidyl-cysteine oxidation + 0
                  peptidyl-lysine oxidation 0
                  peptidyl-methionine oxidation 0
                  peptidyl-tryptophan oxidation to tryptophyl quinone 0
                  positive regulation of protein oxidation 0
                  regulation of protein oxidation + 0
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