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Term:C-terminal protein deglutamylation
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Accession:GO:0035609 term browser browse the term
Definition:The removal of a C-terminal, gene-encoded glutamate residue from a protein.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: protein primary sequence deglutamylation

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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Agbl1 ATP/GTP binding protein like 1 JBrowse link NW_004955416 17,885,757 18,686,124 RGD:9068941
G Agbl4 ATP/GTP binding protein like 4 JBrowse link NW_004955464 8,847,401 10,195,184 RGD:9068941
G Folh1b folate hydrolase 1B JBrowse link NW_004955414 3,874,182 3,920,616 RGD:9068941

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  biological_process 11825
    metabolic process 7569
      primary metabolic process 6710
        protein metabolic process 3830
          protein modification process 2851
            cellular protein modification process 2851
              post-translational protein modification 22
                C-terminal protein amino acid modification 10
                  C-terminal protein deglutamylation 3
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  biological_process 11825
    metabolic process 7569
      organic substance metabolic process 7272
        macromolecule metabolic process 6316
          cellular macromolecule metabolic process 5456
            cellular protein metabolic process 3480
              cellular protein modification process 2851
                peptidyl-amino acid modification 979
                  peptidyl-glutamic acid modification 23
                    protein deglutamylation 6
                      C-terminal protein deglutamylation 3
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