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Term:
xenobiotic glucuronidation (GO:0052697)
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2-nitropropane metabolic process +  
acetylene metabolic process +  
acrylonitrile metabolic process +  
acyl glucuronidation 
adamantanone metabolic process +  
arsonoacetate metabolic process +   
caprolactam metabolic process +  
cyanamide metabolic process 
cyclohexanol metabolic process +  
cyclohexylsulfamate metabolic process 
dimethyl ether metabolic process 
dodecyl sulfate metabolic process 
flavonoid glucuronidation  
halogenated hydrocarbon metabolic process +   
insecticide metabolic process +   
methanesulfonic acid metabolic process 
methyl ethyl ketone metabolic process +  
methyl tert-butyl ether metabolic process 
n-octane metabolic process +  
negative regulation of cellular glucuronidation  
nitrilotriacetate metabolic process +  
nitroglycerin metabolic process 
nylon metabolic process +  
organosilicon metabolic process +  
pentaerythritol tetranitrate metabolic process 
positive regulation of cellular glucuronidation  
propylene metabolic process +   
regulation of cellular glucuronidation +   
s-triazine compound metabolic process +  
tetrahydrofuran metabolic process 
thiocyanate metabolic process +   
triethanolamine metabolic process +  
xenobiotic catabolic process +   
xenobiotic glucuronidation  
The modification of a xenobiotic substance by the conjugation of glucuronic acid. The resultant glucuronosides are often much more water-soluble than the xenobiotic precursor, enabling efficient excretion.

Synonyms
Narrow Synonyms: phase II metabolism
Definition Sources: GOC:BHF, PMID:20056724

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