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Term:
p-aminobenzoyl-glutamate transmembrane transport (GO:1902604)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
2-isopropylmalate(2-) transmembrane transport +  
acetate transmembrane transport +  
aldarate transmembrane transport +  
aldonate transmembrane transport +  
amino acid transmembrane transport +   
biotin import across plasma membrane 
creatine transmembrane transport  
dethiobiotin import across plasma membrane 
dipeptide import across plasma membrane  
fatty acid transmembrane transport +   
folate transmembrane transport +   
gibberellic acid transmembrane transport 
glycolate transmembrane transport 
L-ascorbic acid transmembrane transport  
lactate transmembrane transport +   
malate transmembrane transport +   
malonic acid transmembrane transport +  
mitochondrial 2-oxoadipate transmembrane transport 
mitochondrial alpha-ketoglutarate transmembrane transport 
negative regulation of dipeptide transmembrane transport 
oxaloacetate(2-) transmembrane transport +   
p-aminobenzoyl-glutamate transmembrane transport 
The directed movement of N-(4-aminobenzoyl)-L-glutamate across a membrane.
pantothenate import across plasma membrane 
pantothenate transmembrane transport  
phosphoenolpyruvate transmembrane transport +  
positive regulation of dipeptide transmembrane transport  
pyruvate transmembrane transport +   
quinolinic acid transmembrane transport 
regulation of dipeptide transmembrane transport +   
shikimate transmembrane transport 
succinate transmembrane transport +   
tricarboxylic acid transmembrane transport +   
UDP-glucuronic acid transmembrane transport  
uronic acid transmembrane transport +  
vitamin A import  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: N-(4-aminobenzoyl)-L-glutamate transmembrane transport
Definition Sources: GO_REF:0000069, GOC:pr, GOC:TermGenie

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