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Term:glycine betaine biosynthetic process from choline
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Accession:GO:0019285 term browser browse the term
Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of betaine (N-trimethylglycine) from the oxidation of choline.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: N-trimethylglycine biosynthesis from choline;   N-trimethylglycine biosynthetic process from choline;   choline oxidation;   glycine betaine anabolism from choline;   glycine betaine formation from choline;   glycine betaine synthesis from choline
 xref: MetaCyc:BETSYN-PWY;   MetaCyc:CHOLINE-BETAINE-ANA-PWY;   MetaCyc:P542-PWY


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Chdh choline dehydrogenase IEA UniProtKB GO_REF:0000002, MGI:MGI:2152098 NCBI chr14:30,008,901...30,040,468
Ensembl chr14:30,009,023...30,040,527
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  biological_process 23369
    metabolic process 11273
      organic substance metabolic process 10738
        choline metabolic process 6
          glycine betaine biosynthetic process from choline 1
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  biological_process 23369
    metabolic process 11273
      organic substance metabolic process 10738
        organic substance biosynthetic process 5502
          organonitrogen compound biosynthetic process 1521
            cellular modified amino acid biosynthetic process 39
              amino-acid betaine biosynthetic process 4
                glycine betaine biosynthetic process 1
                  glycine betaine biosynthetic process from choline 1
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