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Term:4,6-pyruvylated galactose residue biosynthetic process
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Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of the pyruvylated galactose residue 4-6-O-[(R)(1-carboxyethylidine)]-Gal-beta-1,3-. The galactose residue is part of a larger polysaccharide chain.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: 4,6-pyruvylated galactose residue anabolism;   4,6-pyruvylated galactose residue biosynthesis;   4,6-pyruvylated galactose residue formation;   4,6-pyruvylated galactose residue synthesis;   4-6-O-[(R)(1-carboxyethylidine)]-Gal-beta-1,3 biosynthesis;   4-6-O-[(R)(1-carboxyethylidine)]-Gal-beta-1,3 biosynthetic process;   PvGal biosynthesis;   PvGal biosynthetic process


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  biological_process 20014
    metabolic process 12256
      cellular metabolic process 11065
        cellular carbohydrate metabolic process 316
          cellular carbohydrate biosynthetic process 85
            cellular polysaccharide biosynthetic process 71
              4,6-pyruvylated galactose residue biosynthetic process 0
                regulation of 4,6-pyruvylated galactose residue biosynthetic process 0
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  biological_process 20014
    metabolic process 12256
      biosynthetic process 6217
        organic substance biosynthetic process 6115
          carbohydrate biosynthetic process 209
            cellular carbohydrate biosynthetic process 85
              cellular polysaccharide biosynthetic process 71
                4,6-pyruvylated galactose residue biosynthetic process 0
                  regulation of 4,6-pyruvylated galactose residue biosynthetic process 0
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