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Term:
catecholamine metabolic process (GO:0006584)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
2-chloro-N-isopropylacetanilide metabolic process +  
3,4-dihydroxybenzoate metabolic process +  
3-(2,3-dihydroxyphenyl)propanoate metabolic process +  
3-chlorocatechol metabolic process +  
3-methylquinoline metabolic process +  
7,8-didemethyl-8-hydroxy-5-deazariboflavin metabolic process +  
achromobactin metabolic process +  
alkaloid metabolic process +   
allantoin metabolic process +   
alpha-ribazole metabolic process +  
amine metabolic process +   
aminoglycan metabolic process +   
aminophosphonate metabolic process 
ansamycin metabolic process +  
biotin metabolic process +   
caprolactam metabolic process +  
carbazole metabolic process +  
catechol-containing compound biosynthetic process +   
catechol-containing compound catabolic process +   
catecholamine metabolic process +   
The chemical reactions and pathways involving any of a group of physiologically important biogenic amines that possess a catechol (3,4-dihydroxyphenyl) nucleus and are derivatives of 3,4-dihydroxyphenylethylamine.
cellular amino acid metabolic process +   
cellular modified amino acid metabolic process +   
chrysobactin metabolic process +  
clavulanic acid metabolic process +  
coenzyme gamma-F420-2 metabolic process +  
cordyol C metabolic process +  
creatinine metabolic process +   
cyanate metabolic process +   
dethiobiotin metabolic process +  
dihydrolipoamide metabolic process  
dipyrrin metabolic process +  
ectoine metabolic process +  
enterobactin metabolic process +  
epothilone metabolic process +  
F420-0 metabolic process 
fatty acid primary amide metabolic process +   
flavin-containing compound metabolic process +   
formamide metabolic process +   
gerfelin metabolic process +  
glutathione derivative metabolic process +   
glycosinolate metabolic process +  
imidazole-containing compound metabolic process +   
indole-containing compound metabolic process +   
kynurenic acid metabolic process +   
lipoamide metabolic process 
methanophenazine metabolic process +  
methylgallate metabolic process +  
mitomycin C metabolic process +  
molybdopterin cofactor metabolic process +   
N',N'',N'''-triacetylfusarinine C metabolic process +  
N-acetylneuraminate metabolic process +   
N-acylphosphatidylethanolamine metabolic process  
nitrile metabolic process +  
nitrilotriacetate metabolic process +  
novobiocin metabolic process +  
nucleobase metabolic process +   
nucleoside metabolic process +   
organonitrogen compound biosynthetic process +   
organonitrogen compound catabolic process +   
peptide metabolic process +   
phosphatidylcholine metabolic process +   
platelet activating factor metabolic process +   
primary amino compound metabolic process +   
protein metabolic process +   
pseurotin A metabolic process +  
pteridine-containing compound metabolic process +   
purine-containing compound metabolic process +   
pyochelin metabolic process +  
pyridine-containing compound metabolic process +   
pyrimidine-containing compound metabolic process +   
rhizobactin 1021 metabolic process +  
s-triazine compound metabolic process +  
siderophore biosynthetic process from catechol +  
sphingolipid metabolic process +   
taurine metabolic process +   
tensidol A metabolic process +  
tetrapyrrole metabolic process +   
thiazole metabolic process +  
toluene oxidation to catechol 
tryptophan catabolic process to catechol 
urea metabolic process +   
vibriobactin metabolic process +  
violaceol I metabolic process +  
violaceol II metabolic process +  
wybutosine metabolic process +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: catecholamine metabolism
Definition Sources: GOC:jl, ISBN:0198506732

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