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Term:beta-lactam antibiotic biosynthetic process
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Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of a beta-lactam antibiotic, any member of a class of natural or semisynthetic antibiotics whose characteristic feature is a strained, four-membered beta-lactam ring. They include the penicillins and many of the cephalosporins.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: beta-lactam antibiotic anabolism;   beta-lactam antibiotic biosynthesis;   beta-lactam antibiotic formation;   beta-lactam antibiotic synthesis


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  biological_process 19676
    metabolic process 11952
      small molecule metabolic process 1833
        cellular lactam metabolic process 2
          cellular lactam biosynthetic process 0
            beta-lactam antibiotic biosynthetic process 0
              carbapenem biosynthetic process 0
              cephalosporin biosynthetic process + 0
              cephamycin C biosynthetic process 0
              penicillin biosynthetic process + 0
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  biological_process 19676
    cellular process 18449
      cellular metabolic process 10780
        cellular nitrogen compound metabolic process 6417
          cellular nitrogen compound biosynthetic process 4819
            amide biosynthetic process 1134
              cellular lactam biosynthetic process 0
                beta-lactam antibiotic biosynthetic process 0
                  carbapenem biosynthetic process 0
                  cephalosporin biosynthetic process + 0
                  cephamycin C biosynthetic process 0
                  penicillin biosynthetic process + 0
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