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Term:vacuolar amino acid transmembrane transport
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Definition:The process in which an amino acid is transported from one side of the vacuolar membrane to the other.
Comment:Note that this term is not intended for use in annotating lateral movement within membranes.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: vacuolar amino acid membrane transport


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  biological_process 16548
    localization 5910
      establishment of localization 4408
        transport 4261
          nitrogen compound transport 1922
            amino acid transport 172
              amino acid transmembrane transport 99
                vacuolar amino acid transmembrane transport 0
                  L-aspartate transmembrane export from vacuole 0
                  aspartate transmembrane import into vacuole 0
                  basic amino acid transmembrane export from vacuole 0
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  biological_process 16548
    localization 5910
      establishment of localization 4408
        transport 4261
          ion transport 3194
            anion transport 2449
              organic substance transport 2324
                organic acid transport 334
                  organic acid transmembrane transport 149
                    carboxylic acid transmembrane transport 148
                      amino acid transmembrane transport 99
                        vacuolar amino acid transmembrane transport 0
                          L-aspartate transmembrane export from vacuole 0
                          aspartate transmembrane import into vacuole 0
                          basic amino acid transmembrane export from vacuole 0
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