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Term:
quinolinate metabolic process (GO:0046874)
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aspyridone A metabolic process +  
aspyridone B metabolic process +  
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diaminopimelate metabolic process +  
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dicarboxylic acid catabolic process +   
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folic acid metabolic process +   
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glutamate metabolic process +   
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malate metabolic process  
nicotinamide metabolic process +  
nicotinate metabolic process +  
octopine metabolic process +  
oxalate metabolic process +   
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pyridine metabolic process +  
pyridine nucleoside metabolic process +   
pyridine nucleotide metabolic process +   
pyridine-containing compound biosynthetic process +   
pyridine-containing compound catabolic process +   
quinolinate metabolic process +   
The chemical reactions and pathways involving quinolinate, the anion of quinolinic acid, also known as 2,3-pyridinedicarboxylic acid.
succinate metabolic process +   
vitamin B6 metabolic process +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: quinolinate metabolism
Definition Sources: GOC:ai

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