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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:pentose metabolic process
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Accession:GO:0019321 term browser browse the term
Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways involving a pentose, any monosaccharide with a chain of five carbon atoms in the molecule.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: pentose metabolism


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pentose metabolic process term browser
Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G FGGY FGGY carbohydrate kinase domain containing ISO (PMID:27909055) SGD PMID:27909055 NCBI chr 1:58,561,066...59,020,520
Ensembl chr 1:60,265,564...60,725,528
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D-ribose catabolic process term browser
Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G NUDT5 nudix hydrolase 5 ISO (PMID:21389046) UniProtKB PMID:21389046 NCBI chr10:12,177,922...12,206,435
Ensembl chr10:12,158,106...12,176,533
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D-xylose catabolic process term browser
Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G DHDH dihydrodiol dehydrogenase ISO (MGI:MGI:55366|PMID:6753830) MGI PMID:6753830 MGI:MGI:55366 NCBI chr19:45,934,740...45,946,051
Ensembl chr19:54,810,354...54,821,618
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pentose biosynthetic process term browser
Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G G6PD glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase ISO (PMID:5643703)
(MGI:MGI:3607389|PMID:14757696), (MGI:MGI:3694178|PMID:15998684), (MGI:MGI:49164|PMID:1953691)
(MGI:MGI:1097071|PMID:9330624), (MGI:MGI:1202104|PMID:9539108), (MGI:MGI:1261671|PMID:9627357), (MGI:MGI:54902|PMID:7439685), (MGI:MGI:61105|PMID:8491670)
BHF-UCL
MGI
PMID:1953691, PMID:5643703, PMID:7439685, PMID:8491670, PMID:9330624, PMID:9539108, PMID:9627357, PMID:14757696, PMID:15998684 MGI:MGI:1097071, MGI:MGI:1202104, MGI:MGI:1261671, MGI:MGI:3607389, MGI:MGI:3694178, MGI:MGI:49164, MGI:MGI:54902, MGI:MGI:61105 NCBI chr  X:143,972,798...143,988,960
Ensembl chr  X:153,843,092...153,860,674
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G PGD phosphogluconate dehydrogenase ISO (MGI:MGI:61105|PMID:8491670) MGI PMID:8491670 MGI:MGI:61105 NCBI chr 1:9,159,412...9,180,740
Ensembl chr 1:10,385,087...10,408,078
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xylulose metabolic process term browser
Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G DCXR dicarbonyl and L-xylulose reductase ISO PMID:11882650
(PMID:11882650)
(MGI:MGI:2179664|PMID:11882650)
UniProt
UniProtKB
MGI
PMID:11882650 MGI:MGI:2179664, RGD:632676 NCBI chr17:76,439,645...76,442,282
Ensembl chr17:82,145,224...82,147,257
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G XYLB xylulokinase ISO (PMID:23179721) UniProtKB PMID:23179721 NCBI chr 3:38,244,960...38,349,616
Ensembl chr 3:38,526,988...38,592,086
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Term paths to the root
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  biological_process 12524
    metabolic process 7962
      small molecule metabolic process 1311
        monosaccharide metabolic process 213
          pentose metabolic process 7
            D-ribose metabolic process + 1
            D-xylose metabolic process + 1
            L-lyxose metabolic process 0
            arabinose metabolic process + 0
            pentose biosynthetic process + 2
            pentose catabolic process + 2
            xylulose metabolic process + 2
Path 2
Term Annotations click to browse term
  biological_process 12524
    metabolic process 7962
      primary metabolic process 7030
        carbohydrate metabolic process 398
          monosaccharide metabolic process 213
            pentose metabolic process 7
              D-ribose metabolic process + 1
              D-xylose metabolic process + 1
              L-lyxose metabolic process 0
              arabinose metabolic process + 0
              pentose biosynthetic process + 2
              pentose catabolic process + 2
              xylulose metabolic process + 2
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