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Term:interleukin-3 biosynthetic process
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Accession:GO:0042223 term browser browse the term
Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of interleukin-3.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: IL-3 biosynthesis;   IL-3 biosynthetic process;   interleukin-3 anabolism;   interleukin-3 biosynthesis;   interleukin-3 formation;   interleukin-3 synthesis


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Fcer1a Fc fragment of IgE receptor Ia JBrowse link 13 91,727,253 91,737,106 RGD:1624291
G Syk spleen associated tyrosine kinase JBrowse link 17 12,614,311 12,669,568 RGD:1624291
RGD:1600115

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  biological_process 18008
    multicellular organismal process 8585
      cytokine production 783
        cytokine biosynthetic process 116
          interleukin-3 biosynthetic process 2
            negative regulation of interleukin-3 biosynthetic process 0
            positive regulation of interleukin-3 biosynthetic process 2
            regulation of interleukin-3 biosynthetic process + 2
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  biological_process 18008
    metabolic process 10729
      organic substance metabolic process 10177
        macromolecule metabolic process 8720
          protein metabolic process 5543
            cytokine metabolic process 120
              cytokine biosynthetic process 116
                interleukin-3 biosynthetic process 2
                  negative regulation of interleukin-3 biosynthetic process 0
                  positive regulation of interleukin-3 biosynthetic process 2
                  regulation of interleukin-3 biosynthetic process + 2
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