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Term:meiotic joint molecule formation
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Definition:The conversion of the paired broken DNA and homologous duplex DNA into a four-stranded branched intermediate, known as a joint molecule, formed during meiotic recombination. These joint molecules contain Holliday junctions on either side of heteroduplex DNA.



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Symbol Object Name Qualifiers Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Psmc3ip PSMC3 interacting protein involved_in IBA PMID:21873635 GO_Central PMID:21873635 RGD:13792537 NCBI chr10:86,024,281...86,027,928
Ensembl chr10:86,023,950...86,027,423
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  biological_process 19876
    reproductive process 1786
      meiotic cell cycle process 241
        meiotic joint molecule formation 1
          negative regulation of meiotic joint molecule formation 0
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  biological_process 19876
    metabolic process 12192
      organic substance metabolic process 11723
        organic cyclic compound metabolic process 6236
          nucleobase-containing compound metabolic process 5756
            nucleic acid metabolic process 5178
              DNA metabolic process 1034
                DNA recombination 330
                  homologous recombination 60
                    reciprocal homologous recombination 59
                      reciprocal meiotic recombination 59
                        meiotic joint molecule formation 1
                          negative regulation of meiotic joint molecule formation 0
                          regulation of meiotic joint molecule formation + 0
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