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Term:copper incorporation into copper-sulfur cluster via heptakis-L-histidino tetracopper mu4-sulfide hydroxide
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Definition:The incorporation of copper into a 4Cu-S copper-sulfur cluster via heptakis-L-histidino tetracopper mu4-sulfide hydroxide.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: copper incorporation into copper-sulphur cluster via heptakis-L-histidino tetracopper mu4-sulphide hydroxide
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  biological_process 19439
    cellular process 18179
      cellular metabolic process 10644
        cellular macromolecule metabolic process 8181
          cellular protein metabolic process 5336
            cellular protein modification process 3850
              peptidyl-amino acid modification 1273
                peptidyl-histidine modification 10
                  copper incorporation into copper-sulfur cluster via heptakis-L-histidino tetracopper mu4-sulfide hydroxide 0
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  biological_process 19439
    metabolic process 11641
      organic substance metabolic process 11030
        macromolecule metabolic process 9494
          macromolecule modification 4042
            protein modification process 3850
              cellular protein modification process 3850
                metal incorporation into metallo-sulfur cluster 2
                  copper incorporation into metallo-sulfur cluster 0
                    copper incorporation into copper-sulfur cluster 0
                      copper incorporation into copper-sulfur cluster via heptakis-L-histidino tetracopper mu4-sulfide hydroxide 0
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