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Term:trehalose catabolic process
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Accession:GO:0005993 term browser browse the term
Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the breakdown of trehalose, a disaccharide isomeric with sucrose and obtained from certain lichens and fungi.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: mycose catabolic process;   mycose catabolism;   mykose catabolic process;   mykose catabolism;   trehalose breakdown;   trehalose catabolism;   trehalose degradation
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Symbol Object Name Qualifiers Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Treh trehalase (brush-border membrane glycoprotein) involved_in ISO MGI GO_REF:0000096 MGI:4834177 NCBI chr 9:44,673,233...44,686,305
Ensembl chr 9:44,673,233...44,686,305
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  biological_process 28599
    metabolic process 11227
      cellular metabolic process 10103
        cellular carbohydrate metabolic process 304
          cellular carbohydrate catabolic process 35
            disaccharide catabolic process 1
              trehalose catabolic process 1
                positive regulation of trehalose catabolic process 0
                trehalose catabolism in response to heat stress 0
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  biological_process 28599
    metabolic process 11227
      primary metabolic process 9925
        carbohydrate metabolic process 594
          oligosaccharide metabolic process 39
            disaccharide metabolic process 6
              trehalose metabolic process 2
                trehalose catabolic process 1
                  positive regulation of trehalose catabolic process 0
                  trehalose catabolism in response to heat stress 0
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