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Term:calcium activated phosphatidylcholine scrambling
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Accession:GO:0061590 term browser browse the term
Definition:The movement of a population of phosphatidylcholine molecules from one leaflet of the plasma membrane bilayer to the opposite leaflet as a result of a calcium stimulus.


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Ano3 anoctamin 3 JBrowse link 2 110,655,201 110,950,391 RGD:2290270
G Ano4 anoctamin 4 JBrowse link 10 88,948,932 89,345,205 RGD:2290270
G Ano6 anoctamin 6 JBrowse link 15 95,790,843 95,975,472 RGD:2290270
G Ano7 anoctamin 7 JBrowse link 1 93,373,796 93,404,304 RGD:2290270
G Ano9 anoctamin 9 JBrowse link 7 141,101,212 141,117,806 RGD:2290270

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  biological_process 23101
    cellular process 16746
      cellular component organization or biogenesis 6082
        cellular component organization 5897
          membrane organization 785
            plasma membrane organization 113
              plasma membrane phospholipid scrambling 19
                calcium activated phospholipid scrambling 5
                  calcium activated phosphatidylcholine scrambling 5
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  biological_process 23101
    localization 6094
      establishment of localization 4662
        transport 4525
          ion transport 1634
            anion transport 601
              organic anion transport 460
                phospholipid transport 83
                  phospholipid translocation 47
                    plasma membrane phospholipid scrambling 19
                      calcium activated phospholipid scrambling 5
                        calcium activated phosphatidylcholine scrambling 5
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