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Term:isopeptide cross-linking via N6-glycyl-L-lysine
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Accession:GO:0018276 term browser browse the term
Definition:The formation of an isopeptide cross-link between peptidyl-lysine and peptidyl-glycine to produce N6-glycyl-L-lysine. This is distinct from the formation of the thiolester intermediate, which occurs during ubiquitination.
Comment:See also the biological process term 'peptide cross-linking via S-glycyl-L-cysteine ; GO:0018255'.
Synonyms:xref: RESID:AA0125


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G RNF113A ring finger protein 113A JBrowse link X 119,328,861 119,330,150 RGD:9068941

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  biological_process 15758
    cellular process 15087
      cellular metabolic process 9943
        cellular macromolecule metabolic process 7695
          cellular protein metabolic process 4972
            cellular protein modification process 3972
              peptidyl-amino acid modification 1223
                peptidyl-glycine modification 4
                  isopeptide cross-linking via N6-glycyl-L-lysine 1
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  biological_process 15758
    metabolic process 10722
      organic substance metabolic process 10201
        macromolecule metabolic process 8835
          cellular macromolecule metabolic process 7695
            cellular protein metabolic process 4972
              cellular protein modification process 3972
                protein modification by small protein conjugation or removal 1079
                  protein modification by small protein conjugation 898
                    protein ubiquitination 819
                      isopeptide cross-linking via N6-glycyl-L-lysine 1
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