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Term:alpha-glucan metabolic process
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Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways involving alpha-glucans, compounds composed of glucose residues linked by alpha-D-glucosidic bonds.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: alpha-glucan metabolism


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  biological_process 19576
    metabolic process 11899
      cellular metabolic process 10737
        cellular carbohydrate metabolic process 310
          cellular polysaccharide metabolic process 103
            cellular glucan metabolic process 78
              alpha-glucan metabolic process 0
                (1->3)-alpha-glucan metabolic process + 0
                (1->4)-alpha-glucan metabolic process + 0
                alpha-glucan biosynthetic process + 0
                alpha-glucan catabolic process + 0
                regulation of alpha-glucan metabolic process + 0
                reuteran metabolic process + 0
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  biological_process 19576
    metabolic process 11899
      primary metabolic process 10563
        carbohydrate metabolic process 623
          polysaccharide metabolic process 112
            glucan metabolic process 78
              cellular glucan metabolic process 78
                alpha-glucan metabolic process 0
                  (1->3)-alpha-glucan metabolic process + 0
                  (1->4)-alpha-glucan metabolic process + 0
                  alpha-glucan biosynthetic process + 0
                  alpha-glucan catabolic process + 0
                  regulation of alpha-glucan metabolic process + 0
                  reuteran metabolic process + 0
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