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Term:
cellular amine metabolic process (GO:0044106)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
2-aminobenzenesulfonate metabolic process +  
2-nitropropane metabolic process +  
acrylonitrile metabolic process +  
aerobic respiration, using ammonia as electron donor 
aerobic respiration, using nitrite as electron donor 
amine biosynthetic process +   
amine catabolic process +   
amino-acid betaine metabolic process +   
anaerobic respiration, using ammonium as electron donor 
benzonitrile metabolic process 
carbamoyl phosphate metabolic process +   
cellular amide metabolic process +   
cellular amine metabolic process +   
The chemical reactions and pathways involving any organic compound that is weakly basic in character and contains an amino or a substituted amino group, as carried out by individual cells. Amines are called primary, secondary, or tertiary according to whether one, two, or three carbon atoms are attached to the nitrogen atom.
cellular nitrogen compound biosynthetic process +   
cellular nitrogen compound catabolic process +   
cyanate metabolic process +   
cyanide metabolic process +  
cytokinin metabolic process +   
flavin-containing compound metabolic process +   
imidazole-containing compound metabolic process +   
indole-containing compound metabolic process +   
isoquinoline alkaloid metabolic process +   
methane biosynthetic process from dimethylamine +  
methane biosynthetic process from trimethylamine +  
methylamine metabolic process +  
nucleobase-containing compound metabolic process +   
paclitaxel metabolic process +  
purine-containing compound metabolic process +   
pyridine-containing compound metabolic process +   
pyrimidine-containing compound metabolic process +   

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