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Term:regulation of free ubiquitin chain polymerization
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Definition:Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of free ubiquitin chain polymerization.
Comment:An example of this is PARK2 in human (UniProt symbol O60260) in PMID:24660806 (inferred from mutant phenotype).


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  biological_process 17895
    biological regulation 12603
      regulation of biological quality 4124
        regulation of free ubiquitin chain polymerization 0
          negative regulation of free ubiquitin chain polymerization 0
          positive regulation of free ubiquitin chain polymerization 0
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  biological_process 17895
    cellular component organization or biogenesis 6212
      cellular component organization 6043
        protein-containing complex subunit organization 2014
          protein-containing complex assembly 1786
            cellular protein-containing complex assembly 1028
              protein polymerization 284
                regulation of protein polymerization 223
                  regulation of free ubiquitin chain polymerization 0
                    negative regulation of free ubiquitin chain polymerization 0
                    positive regulation of free ubiquitin chain polymerization 0
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