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Term:trichloroethylene metabolic process
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Accession:GO:0018979 term browser browse the term
Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways involving trichloroethylene, a toxic, colorless, photoreactive, chlorinated hydrocarbon liquid, commonly used as a metal degreaser and solvent.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: TCE metabolic process;   TCE metabolism;   trichloroethene metabolic process;   trichloroethene metabolism;   trichloroethylene metabolism
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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G CYP2F1 cytochrome P450 family 2 subfamily F member 1 IEA Ensembl GO_REF:0000107 NCBI chr19:41,114,292...41,128,381
Ensembl chr19:41,114,432...41,128,381
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  biological_process 18670
    metabolic process 12301
      organic substance metabolic process 11733
        halogenated hydrocarbon metabolic process 3
          chlorinated hydrocarbon metabolic process 2
            trichloroethylene metabolic process 1
              trichloroethylene catabolic process 0
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  biological_process 18670
    response to stimulus 10152
      response to chemical 5626
        cellular response to chemical stimulus 3965
          cellular response to xenobiotic stimulus 133
            xenobiotic metabolic process 127
              halogenated hydrocarbon metabolic process 3
                chlorinated hydrocarbon metabolic process 2
                  trichloroethylene metabolic process 1
                    trichloroethylene catabolic process 0
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