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hydroxylysine biosynthetic process (GO:0046947)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
(3-aminopropyl)(L-aspartyl-1-amino)phosphoryl-5'-adenosine biosynthetic process from asparagine 
4-hydroxyproline biosynthetic process 
aerobactin biosynthetic process 
amino-acid betaine biosynthetic process +   
asparagine biosynthetic process +   
aspartate biosynthetic process  
carnosine biosynthetic process  
cellular modified histidine biosynthetic process +  
coenzyme B biosynthetic process 
creatine biosynthetic process  
folic acid-containing compound biosynthetic process +   
glutathione biosynthetic process +   
hydroxylysine biosynthetic process  
The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of hydroxylysine (5-hydroxy-2,6-diaminohexanoic acid), a chiral alpha-amino acid.
hydroxylysine catabolic process 
L-dopa biosynthetic process +   
L-isoleucine biosynthetic process 
lincomycin biosynthetic process 
lysine biosynthetic process +   
methionine biosynthetic process +   
O3-(N-acetylglucosamine-1-phosphoryl)-L-serine biosynthetic process 
ochratoxin A biosynthetic process 
pantothenate biosynthetic process 
peptidyl-1-thioglycine biosynthetic process from peptidyl-glycine +  
peptidyl-glycine cholesteryl ester biosynthesis from peptidyl-glycine 
phosphagen biosynthetic process +   
phosphatidylserine biosynthetic process +   
prenylcysteine biosynthetic process 
pyrrolysine biosynthetic process 
S-methylmethionine biosynthetic process 
sarcosine biosynthetic process 
threonine biosynthetic process  

Exact Synonyms: hydroxylysine anabolism ;   hydroxylysine biosynthesis ;   hydroxylysine formation ;   hydroxylysine synthesis
Definition Sources: ISBN:0198506732

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