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Term:polyketide biosynthetic process
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Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of polyketides, any of a diverse group of natural products synthesized via linear poly-beta-ketones, which are themselves formed by repetitive head-to-tail addition of acetyl (or substituted acetyl) units indirectly derived from acetate (or a substituted acetate) by a mechanism similar to that for fatty acid biosynthesis but without the intermediate reductive steps.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: polyketide anabolism;   polyketide biosynthesis;   polyketide formation;   polyketide synthesis


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  biological_process 19404
    metabolic process 11621
      secondary metabolic process 76
        polyketide metabolic process 14
          polyketide biosynthetic process 0
            F-9775A biosynthetic process + 0
            F-9775B biosynthetic process + 0
            actinorhodin biosynthetic process 0
            ansamycin biosynthetic process 0
            asperfuranone biosynthetic process + 0
            aspyridone A biosynthetic process 0
            aspyridone B biosynthetic process 0
            averantin biosynthetic process 0
            daunorubicin biosynthetic process 0
            fonsecin biosynthetic process 0
            granaticin biosynthetic process 0
            macrolide biosynthetic process + 0
            negative regulation of polyketide biosynthetic process + 0
            neosartoricin biosynthetic process + 0
            olivetolic acid biosynthetic process 0
            oxytetracycline biosynthetic process 0
            positive regulation of polyketide biosynthetic process + 0
            regulation of polyketide biosynthetic process + 0
            tetracenomycin C biosynthetic process 0
            tetracycline biosynthetic process 0
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