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Term:histone H3-K79 dimethylation
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Definition:The modification of histone H3 by addition of two methyl groups to lysine at position 79 of the histone.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: histone lysine H3 K79 dimethylation


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  biological_process 19858
    metabolic process 12097
      methylation 364
        macromolecule methylation 333
          protein methylation 203
            peptidyl-lysine methylation 142
              peptidyl-lysine dimethylation 23
                histone H3-K79 dimethylation 0
                  negative regulation of histone H3-K79 dimethylation 0
                  positive regulation of histone H3-K79 dimethylation 0
                  regulation of histone H3-K79 dimethylation + 0
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  biological_process 19858
    metabolic process 12097
      organic substance metabolic process 11495
        macromolecule metabolic process 9944
          protein metabolic process 6186
            protein modification process 3902
              cellular protein modification process 3902
                protein alkylation 203
                  protein methylation 203
                    histone methylation 158
                      histone lysine methylation 127
                        histone H3-K79 methylation 4
                          histone H3-K79 dimethylation 0
                            negative regulation of histone H3-K79 dimethylation 0
                            positive regulation of histone H3-K79 dimethylation 0
                            regulation of histone H3-K79 dimethylation + 0
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