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Term:oxygen transport
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Accession:GO:0015671 term browser browse the term
Definition:The directed movement of oxygen (O2) into, out of or within a cell, or between cells, by means of some agent such as a transporter or pore.

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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G CYGB cytoglobin IEA UniProt GO_REF:0000104 NCBI chr12:4,977,245...4,988,283 JBrowse link
G HBB hemoglobin, beta IEA UniProt GO_REF:0000043, GO_REF:0000104 NCBI chr 9:4,800,683...4,801,941
Ensembl chr 9:4,621,187...4,809,453
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G HBE1 hemoglobin subunit epsilon 1 IEA UniProt GO_REF:0000043, GO_REF:0000104 NCBI chr 9:4,818,206...4,820,243
Ensembl chr 9:4,818,089...4,820,236
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G HBM hemoglobin subunit mu IEA UniProt GO_REF:0000104 NCBI chr 3:41,489,312...41,490,110
Ensembl chr 3:41,489,315...41,538,652
JBrowse link
G HBQ1 hemoglobin subunit theta 1 IEA UniProt GO_REF:0000104 NCBI chr 3:41,478,282...41,480,152
Ensembl chr 3:41,478,246...41,480,119
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G HBZ hemoglobin subunit zeta IEA UniProt GO_REF:0000104 NCBI chr 3:41,490,758...41,492,883
Ensembl chr 3:41,490,823...41,563,020
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G LOC100515788 hemoglobin subunit beta-like IEA UniProt GO_REF:0000104 NCBI chr 9:4,808,580...4,809,808 JBrowse link
G LOC110259958 hemoglobin subunit alpha IEA UniProt GO_REF:0000104 NCBI chr 3:41,482,353...41,483,564 JBrowse link
G MB myoglobin ISO RGD PMID:17038435 RGD:1582398
G NGB neuroglobin IEA UniProt GO_REF:0000043 NCBI chr 7:100,341,974...100,346,263
Ensembl chr 7:100,340,939...100,346,438
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  biological_process 16524
    localization 5918
      establishment of localization 4437
        transport 4296
          gas transport 16
            oxygen transport 10
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