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Term:keratan sulfate catabolic process
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Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the breakdown of keratan sulfate, a glycosaminoglycan with repeat units consisting of beta-1,4-linked D-galactopyranosyl-beta-(1,4)-N-acetyl-D-glucosamine 6-sulfate and with variable amounts of fucose, sialic acid and mannose units; keratan sulfate chains are covalently linked by a glycosidic attachment through the trisaccharide galactosyl-galactosyl-xylose to peptidyl-threonine or serine residues.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: keratan sulfate breakdown;   keratan sulfate catabolism;   keratan sulfate degradation;   keratan sulphate catabolic process;   keratan sulphate catabolism


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G GNS glucosamine (N-acetyl)-6-sulfatase ISO RGD PMID:3161730 RGD:1600571 NCBI chr12:24,164,127...24,209,963
Ensembl chr12:24,667,603...24,712,939
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  biological_process 12566
    metabolic process 7977
      cellular metabolic process 7331
        sulfur compound metabolic process 221
          sulfur compound catabolic process 17
            keratan sulfate catabolic process 1
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  biological_process 12566
    metabolic process 7977
      organic substance metabolic process 7668
        macromolecule metabolic process 6619
          aminoglycan metabolic process 82
            glycosaminoglycan metabolic process 73
              mucopolysaccharide metabolic process 60
                keratan sulfate metabolic process 3
                  keratan sulfate catabolic process 1
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