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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:intrinsic component of membrane
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Accession:GO:0031224 term browser browse the term
Definition:The component of a membrane consisting of the gene products having some covalently attached portion, for example part of a peptide sequence or some other covalently attached group such as a GPI anchor, which spans or is embedded in one or both leaflets of the membrane.
Comment:Note that proteins intrinsic to membranes cannot be removed without disrupting the membrane, e.g. by detergent.
Synonyms:narrow_synonym: intrinsic to membrane


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  cellular_component 19737
    cellular anatomical entity 19353
      intrinsic component of membrane 6842
        anchored component of membrane + 136
        integral component of membrane + 6717
        intrinsic component of cell outer membrane + 0
        intrinsic component of organelle membrane + 392
        intrinsic component of phagophore assembly site membrane + 0
        intrinsic component of plasma membrane + 1357
        intrinsic component of thylakoid membrane + 0
        nuclear membrane protein complex + 13
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  cellular_component 19737
    cellular anatomical entity 19353
      membrane 9907
        intrinsic component of membrane 6842
          anchored component of membrane + 136
          integral component of membrane + 6717
          intrinsic component of cell outer membrane + 0
          intrinsic component of organelle membrane + 392
          intrinsic component of phagophore assembly site membrane + 0
          intrinsic component of plasma membrane + 1357
          intrinsic component of thylakoid membrane + 0
          nuclear membrane protein complex + 13
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