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Term:SNARE complex disassembly
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Accession:GO:0035494 term browser browse the term
Definition:The disaggregation of the SNARE protein complex into its constituent components. The SNARE complex is a protein complex involved in membrane fusion; a stable ternary complex consisting of a four-helix bundle, usually formed from one R-SNARE and three Q-SNAREs with an ionic layer sandwiched between hydrophobic layers.


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Napa NSF attachment protein alpha JBrowse link 1 77,994,227 78,012,846 RGD:1624291
RGD:13792537
G Napb NSF attachment protein beta JBrowse link 3 143,017,571 143,063,904 RGD:1624291
RGD:1600115
RGD:13792537
G Nsf N-ethylmaleimide sensitive factor, vesicle fusing ATPase JBrowse link 10 91,879,608 91,986,242 RGD:1600115

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  biological_process 17896
    localization 5958
      establishment of localization 4566
        transport 4429
          vesicle-mediated transport 1417
            SNARE complex disassembly 3
              negative regulation of SNARE complex disassembly 0
              positive regulation of SNARE complex disassembly 0
              regulation of SNARE complex disassembly + 0
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  biological_process 17896
    cellular component organization or biogenesis 6215
      cellular component organization 6046
        cellular component disassembly 369
          protein-containing complex disassembly 223
            cellular protein complex disassembly 144
              SNARE complex disassembly 3
                negative regulation of SNARE complex disassembly 0
                positive regulation of SNARE complex disassembly 0
                regulation of SNARE complex disassembly + 0
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