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Term:
histidine derivative (CHEBI:24599)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
histidine +   
(8alpha-FAD)-amino acid +  
acetyl-amino acid +   
alanine derivative +   
alpha-methylhistidine 
amino acid amide +   
amino acid ester +   
amino acid opine +  
amino-acid betaine +   
arginine derivative +   
asparagine derivative +   
aspartic acid derivative +   
cysteine derivative +   
D-histidine +  
dehydroamino acid +  
glutamic acid derivative +   
glutamine derivative +  
heme-amino acid +  
histidine derivative +   
An amino acid derivative resulting from reaction of histidine at the amino group or the carboxy group, or from the replacement of any hydrogen of histidine by a heteroatom. The definition normally excludes peptides containing alanine residues.
histidine residue +  
histidyl group +  
isoleucine derivative +  
L-histidine +   
leucine derivative +   
lysine derivative +  
methionine derivative +   
myristoyl amino acid +  
N(2)-histidino group +  
N(pros)-histidino group +  
N(tele)-histidino group +  
N-acyl-amino acid +   
N-amidino-amino acid +  
N-carbamoyl-amino acid +  
N-methyl-amino acid +   
non-proteinogenic amino acid derivative +   
nucleotide-amino acid +  
palmitoyl amino acid +  
peptidyl-amino acid +  
phenylalanine derivative +   
phosphagen +  
phosphoamino acid +  
proline derivative +   
proteinogenic amino acid derivative +   
selenocysteine derivative +   
serine derivative +   
threonine derivative +  
tryptophan derivative +   
tyrosine derivative +   
valinamide fungicide +  
valine derivative +   

Synonyms
Related Synonyms: histidine derivatives
Cyclic Relationships: is_conjugate_acid_of CHEBI:66998

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