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Term:
cis-14-hydroxy-10,13-dioxo-7-heptadecenoic acid peptidyl-aspartate ester biosynthetic process from peptidyl-aspartic acid (GO:0019930)
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C-terminal peptidyl-aspartic acid amidation 
cis-14-hydroxy-10,13-dioxo-7-heptadecenoic acid peptidyl-aspartate ester biosynthetic process from peptidyl-aspartic acid 
The modification of peptidyl-aspartic acid to form peptidyl-cis-14-hydroxy-10,13-dioxo-7-heptadecenoic acid aspartate ester, typical of the barley lipid transfer protein 1.
GPI anchor biosynthetic process via N-aspartyl-glycosylphosphatidylinositolethanolamine 
iron incorporation into iron-sulfur cluster via tris-L-cysteinyl-L-aspartato tetrairon tetrasulfide 
molybdenum incorporation via L-aspartyl molybdenum bis(molybdopterin guanine dinucleotide) 
N-terminal peptidyl-aspartic acid acetylation  
peptide cross-linking via 3-(S-L-cysteinyl)-L-aspartic acid 
peptidyl-aspartic acid carboxylation 
peptidyl-aspartic acid hydroxylation +   
peptidyl-aspartic acid phosphorylation +   
peptidyl-aspartic acid reduction to form L-aspartyl aldehyde 
peptidyl-beta-carboxyaspartic acid biosynthetic process from peptidyl-aspartic acid 
peptidyl-L-beta-methylthioaspartic acid biosynthetic process from peptidyl-aspartic acid 

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: cis-14-hydroxy-10,13-dioxo-7-heptadecenoic acid peptidyl-aspartate ester anabolism from peptidyl-aspartic acid ;   cis-14-hydroxy-10,13-dioxo-7-heptadecenoic acid peptidyl-aspartate ester formation from peptidyl-aspartic acid ;   cis-14-hydroxy-10,13-dioxo-7-heptadecenoic acid peptidyl-aspartate ester synthesis from peptidyl-aspartic acid
Xrefs: RESID:AA0316
Definition Sources: RESID:AA0316

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