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Term:arginine catabolic process to ornithine
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Accession:GO:0019547 term browser browse the term
Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the breakdown of arginine into other compounds, including ornithine.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: arginine breakdown to ornithine;   arginine degradation to ornithine


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G ARG1 arginase 1 IBA (PMID:21873635) GO_Central PMID:21873635 NCBI chr 1:32,006,035...32,028,983
Ensembl chr 1:32,006,038...32,028,986
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G ARG2 arginase 2 IBA (PMID:21873635) GO_Central PMID:21873635 NCBI chr 7:91,343,987...91,385,911
Ensembl chr 7:91,343,987...91,385,911
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  biological_process 16548
    metabolic process 10584
      primary metabolic process 9383
        cellular amino acid metabolic process 257
          alpha-amino acid metabolic process 182
            ornithine metabolic process 10
              arginine catabolic process to ornithine 2
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  biological_process 16548
    metabolic process 10584
      cellular metabolic process 9574
        organic acid metabolic process 868
          oxoacid metabolic process 834
            carboxylic acid metabolic process 817
              cellular amino acid metabolic process 257
                alpha-amino acid metabolic process 182
                  glutamine family amino acid metabolic process 73
                    arginine metabolic process 19
                      arginine catabolic process 10
                        arginine catabolic process to ornithine 2
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