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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:negative regulation of L-lysine import across plasma membrane
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Accession:GO:1905009 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that stops, prevents or reduces the frequency, rate or extent of L-lysine import into cell.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: down regulation of L-lysine import into cell;   downregulation of L-lysine import into cell;   negative regulation of L-lysine import into cell;   negative regulation of lysine uptake
 narrow_synonym: inhibition of L-lysine import into cell
 broad_synonym: negative regulation of lysine import
 alt_id: GO:0010806


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  biological_process 19678
    negative regulation of biological process 5607
      negative regulation of transport 555
        negative regulation of organic acid transport 32
          negative regulation of amino acid transport 21
            negative regulation of L-lysine import across plasma membrane 0
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  biological_process 19678
    localization 6437
      establishment of localization 4887
        transport 4744
          ion transport 1770
            anion transport 668
              organic anion transport 523
                carboxylic acid transport 364
                  amino acid transport 172
                    L-amino acid transport 80
                      L-lysine transport 7
                        L-lysine transmembrane transport 7
                          L-lysine import across plasma membrane 3
                            regulation of L-lysine import across plasma membrane 1
                              negative regulation of L-lysine import across plasma membrane 0
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