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Term:L-arabinose metabolic process
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Accession:GO:0046373 term browser browse the term
Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways involving L-arabinose, the D-enantiomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: L-arabinose metabolism


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Otog otogelin IEA GO_REF:0000002 InterPro GO_REF:0000002 NCBI chr 1:102,258,124...102,327,201
Ensembl chr 1:102,258,124...102,327,201
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G Otogl otogelin-like IEA GO_REF:0000002 InterPro GO_REF:0000002 NCBI chr 7:51,768,469...51,935,442
Ensembl chr 7:51,794,173...51,935,142
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  biological_process 20017
    metabolic process 12256
      small molecule metabolic process 1869
        monosaccharide metabolic process 294
          pentose metabolic process 14
            arabinose metabolic process 2
              L-arabinose metabolic process 2
                L-arabinose biosynthetic process 0
                L-arabinose catabolic process + 0
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  biological_process 20017
    metabolic process 12256
      primary metabolic process 10901
        carbohydrate metabolic process 630
          monosaccharide metabolic process 294
            pentose metabolic process 14
              arabinose metabolic process 2
                L-arabinose metabolic process 2
                  L-arabinose biosynthetic process 0
                  L-arabinose catabolic process + 0
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