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Term:lateral element assembly
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Accession:GO:0051878 term browser browse the term
Definition:The cell cycle process in which lateral elements are formed. Axial elements form a proteinaceous core between the two sister chromatids of each chromosome; the two axial elements then connect along their entire lengths by fine fibers known as transverse filaments, forming the lateral elements.

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Symbol Object Name Qualifiers Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Sycp1 synaptonemal complex protein 1 involved_in
MGI:109542 (MGI:5315075|PMID:22164254)
PMID:22164254 PMID:21873635 GO_REF:0000107 MGI:5315075, RGD:13792537 NCBI chr 2:190,296,688...190,456,687
Ensembl chr 2:190,296,954...190,456,737
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G Sycp3 synaptonemal complex protein 3 acts_upstream_of_or_within ISO MGI:105931 (MGI:5315075|PMID:22164254) RGD PMID:22164254 MGI:5315075 NCBI chr 7:22,874,055...22,888,512
Ensembl chr 7:22,874,055...22,888,511
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  biological_process 19898
    reproductive process 1790
      meiotic cell cycle process 241
        lateral element assembly 2
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  biological_process 19898
    cellular process 18295
      cellular component organization or biogenesis 6769
        cellular component organization 6523
          organelle organization 3654
            organelle fission 523
              nuclear division 468
                meiotic nuclear division 212
                  meiotic chromosome segregation 117
                    homologous chromosome segregation 74
                      homologous chromosome pairing at meiosis 58
                        synaptonemal complex assembly 27
                          lateral element assembly 2
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