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Term:protein trans-autophosphorylation
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Accession:GO:0036290 term browser browse the term
Definition:The phosphorylation by a protein of a residue on an identical protein. For example, phosphorylation by the other kinase within a homodimer.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: trans-autophosphorylation


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peptidyl-serine trans-autophosphorylation term browser
Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Ern1 endoplasmic reticulum to nucleus signaling 1 JBrowse link 10 94,588,555 94,682,072 RGD:1624291

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  biological_process 19576
    metabolic process 11899
      primary metabolic process 10563
        protein metabolic process 6070
          cellular protein metabolic process 5386
            cellular protein modification process 3882
              protein phosphorylation 1972
                protein autophosphorylation 247
                  protein trans-autophosphorylation 1
                    peptidyl-serine trans-autophosphorylation 1
                    peptidyl-threonine trans-autophosphorylation 0
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  biological_process 19576
    metabolic process 11899
      organic substance metabolic process 11297
        macromolecule metabolic process 9765
          macromolecule modification 4081
            protein modification process 3882
              cellular protein modification process 3882
                protein phosphorylation 1972
                  protein autophosphorylation 247
                    protein trans-autophosphorylation 1
                      peptidyl-serine trans-autophosphorylation 1
                      peptidyl-threonine trans-autophosphorylation 0
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