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Term:L-dopa biosynthetic process
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Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of L-dopa.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: L-dopa anabolism;   L-dopa biosynthesis;   L-dopa formation;   L-dopa synthesis


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Park7 Parkinsonism associated deglycase ISO (PMID:16731528) ParkinsonsUK-UCL PMID:16731528 NCBI chrNW_004936623:2,422,780...2,436,817 JBrowse link

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  biological_process 12002
    metabolic process 7668
      primary metabolic process 6795
        cellular amino acid metabolic process 180
          cellular amino acid biosynthetic process 39
            L-dopa biosynthetic process 1
              negative regulation of L-dopa biosynthetic process 0
              positive regulation of L-dopa biosynthetic process 1
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  biological_process 12002
    metabolic process 7668
      small molecule metabolic process 1188
        organic acid metabolic process 639
          oxoacid metabolic process 617
            carboxylic acid metabolic process 610
              cellular amino acid metabolic process 180
                alpha-amino acid metabolic process 133
                  L-dopa metabolic process 1
                    L-dopa biosynthetic process 1
                      negative regulation of L-dopa biosynthetic process 0
                      positive regulation of L-dopa biosynthetic process 1
                      regulation of L-dopa biosynthetic process + 1
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