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Term:galactose catabolic process via UDP-galactose
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Accession:GO:0033499 term browser browse the term
Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the breakdown of galactose, via the intermediate UDP-galactose.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: galactose breakdown via UDP-galactose;   galactose catabolism via UDP-galactose;   galactose degradation via UDP-galactose
 related_synonym: Leloir Pathway
 xref: MetaCyc:PWY-3821


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G GALE UDP-galactose-4-epimerase IBA (PMID:21873635) GO_Central PMID:21873635 NCBI chr 6:81,605,968...81,610,535
Ensembl chr 6:81,605,965...81,630,421
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G GALT galactose-1-phosphate uridylyltransferase IBA
IEA
(PMID:21873635) GO_Central
InterPro
PMID:21873635 GO_REF:0000002 NCBI chr10:32,151,150...32,154,792
Ensembl chr10:32,151,173...32,154,743
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  biological_process 16548
    metabolic process 10584
      catabolic process 2238
        small molecule catabolic process 317
          monosaccharide catabolic process 23
            hexose catabolic process 19
              galactose catabolic process 4
                galactose catabolic process via UDP-galactose 2
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  biological_process 16548
    metabolic process 10584
      primary metabolic process 9383
        carbohydrate metabolic process 564
          monosaccharide metabolic process 253
            hexose metabolic process 235
              galactose metabolic process 10
                galactose catabolic process 4
                  galactose catabolic process via UDP-galactose 2
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