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Term:heterochromatin domain assembly
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Accession:GO:1902795 term browser browse the term
Definition:The aggregation, arrangement and bonding together of a set of components to form a heterochromatin domain.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: HOOD assembly;   HOOD formation;   heterochromatin domain formation


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  biological_process 20017
    cellular process 18791
      cellular component organization or biogenesis 6765
        cellular component organization 6509
          chromatin organization 847
            chromatin remodeling 216
              heterochromatin assembly 52
                heterochromatin domain assembly 0
                  regulation of heterochromatin domain assembly 0
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  biological_process 20017
    metabolic process 12256
      cellular metabolic process 11064
        cellular aromatic compound metabolic process 5708
          nucleobase-containing compound metabolic process 5483
            nucleic acid metabolic process 4980
              RNA metabolic process 4470
                regulation of RNA metabolic process 3616
                  negative regulation of RNA metabolic process 1479
                    negative regulation of RNA biosynthetic process 1376
                      negative regulation of nucleic acid-templated transcription 1374
                        negative regulation of transcription, DNA-templated 1341
                          chromatin organization involved in negative regulation of transcription 130
                            heterochromatin assembly 52
                              heterochromatin domain assembly 0
                                regulation of heterochromatin domain assembly 0
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