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lipoxin A4 biosynthetic process (GO:2001303)
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lipoxin A4 biosynthetic process  
The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of lipoxin A4. Lipoxin A4 is a C20 hydroxy fatty acid having (5S)-, (6R)- and (15S)-hydroxy groups as well as (7E)- (9E)-, (11Z)- and (13E)-double bonds.
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Exact Synonyms: LXA4 anabolism ;   LXA4 biosynthesis ;   LXA4 biosynthetic process ;   LXA4 formation ;   LXA4 synthesis ;   lipoxin A4 anabolism ;   lipoxin A4 biosynthesis ;   lipoxin A4 formation ;   lipoxin A4 synthesis
Definition Sources: GOC:mw

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