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Term:protein lipidation involved in autophagosome assembly
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Accession:GO:0061739 term browser browse the term
Definition:The protein lipidation process by which phosphatidylethanolamine is conjugated to a protein of the ATG8 family, leading to membrane insertion of the protein as a step in autophagosome assembly.


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G ATG16L1 autophagy related 16 like 1 JBrowse link 2B 120,479,534 120,523,563 RGD:9068941
G ATG5 autophagy related 5 JBrowse link 6 103,997,824 104,140,931 RGD:9068941
G IRGM immunity related GTPase M JBrowse link 5 146,274,097 146,329,979 RGD:9068941
G WIPI2 WD repeat domain, phosphoinositide interacting 2 JBrowse link 7 5,446,621 5,488,170 RGD:9068941

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  biological_process 12490
    cellular process 11599
      process utilizing autophagic mechanism 357
        autophagy 357
          macroautophagy 187
            autophagosome organization 81
              autophagosome assembly 77
                protein lipidation involved in autophagosome assembly 4
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  biological_process 12490
    metabolic process 7937
      organic substance metabolic process 7623
        macromolecule metabolic process 6594
          protein metabolic process 3983
            cellular protein metabolic process 3609
              cellular protein modification process 2949
                post-translational protein modification 21
                  C-terminal protein amino acid modification 9
                    C-terminal protein lipidation 4
                      protein lipidation involved in autophagosome assembly 4
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