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Term:lysosomal lumen pH elevation
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Definition:Any process that increases the pH of the lysosomal lumen, measured by the concentration of the hydrogen ion.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: lysosome pH elevation


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Cln3 CLN3 lysosomal/endosomal transmembrane protein, battenin ISO (PMID:10924275) UniProtKB PMID:10924275 NCBI chrNW_004955493:6,696,520...6,707,849 JBrowse link

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  biological_process 11892
    cellular process 11094
      cellular component organization or biogenesis 4868
        cellular component organization 4788
          organelle organization 2963
            vacuole organization 144
              lytic vacuole organization 65
                lysosome organization 65
                  regulation of lysosomal lumen pH 15
                    lysosomal lumen pH elevation 1
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  biological_process 11892
    biological regulation 8722
      regulation of biological quality 3365
        homeostatic process 1718
          chemical homeostasis 1052
            ion homeostasis 688
              cation homeostasis 608
                monovalent inorganic cation homeostasis 129
                  regulation of pH 77
                    regulation of cellular pH 58
                      regulation of intracellular pH 52
                        regulation of lysosomal lumen pH 15
                          lysosomal lumen pH elevation 1
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