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Term:glycine biosynthetic process from serine
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Accession:GO:0019264 term browser browse the term
Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of glycine from other compounds, including serine.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: glycine anabolism from serine;   glycine formation from serine;   glycine synthesis from serine
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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Shmt1 serine hydroxymethyltransferase 1 JBrowse link NW_004955478 10,972,791 11,001,535 RGD:9068941
G Shmt2 serine hydroxymethyltransferase 2 JBrowse link NW_004955458 4,957,614 4,962,691 RGD:9068941

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  biological_process 14546
    metabolic process 9943
      cellular metabolic process 9374
        drug metabolic process 502
          glycine metabolic process 15
            glycine biosynthetic process 4
              glycine biosynthetic process from serine 2
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  biological_process 14546
    metabolic process 9943
      cellular metabolic process 9374
        organic acid metabolic process 1036
          oxoacid metabolic process 1017
            carboxylic acid metabolic process 938
              cellular amino acid metabolic process 325
                alpha-amino acid metabolic process 190
                  serine family amino acid metabolic process 38
                    glycine metabolic process 15
                      glycine biosynthetic process 4
                        glycine biosynthetic process from serine 2
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