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Term:GSI anchor biosynthetic process via N-glycyl-glycosylsphingolipidinositolethanolamine
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Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of a C-terminal peptidyl-glycine ethanolamide-linked glycosylsphingolipidinositol (GSI) anchor following hydrolysis of a glycyl-peptide bond in the carboxy-terminal region of a membrane-associated protein.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: GSI anchor anabolism via N-glycyl-glycosylsphingolipidinositolethanolamine;   GSI anchor formation via N-glycyl-glycosylsphingolipidinositolethanolamine;   GSI anchor synthesis via N-glycyl-glycosylsphingolipidinositolethanolamine
 xref: RESID:AA0165


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  biological_process 15162
    metabolic process 9321
      primary metabolic process 8273
        protein metabolic process 4514
          protein modification process 3064
            cellular protein modification process 3064
              peptidyl-amino acid modification 970
                peptidyl-glycine modification 2
                  GSI anchor biosynthetic process via N-glycyl-glycosylsphingolipidinositolethanolamine 0
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  biological_process 15162
    metabolic process 9321
      primary metabolic process 8273
        lipid metabolic process 954
          cellular lipid metabolic process 737
            membrane lipid metabolic process 152
              glycolipid metabolic process 76
                glycosphingolipid metabolic process 36
                  glycosphingolipid biosynthetic process 20
                    GSI anchor biosynthetic process 0
                      GSI anchor biosynthetic process via N-glycyl-glycosylsphingolipidinositolethanolamine 0
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