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Term:
formation of extrachromosomal circular DNA (GO:0001325)
Annotations: Rat: (8) Mouse: (8) Human: (15) Chinchilla: (8) Bonobo: (8) Dog: (8) Squirrel: (8) Pig: (9)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
actin cortical patch assembly +   
actin filament bundle assembly +   
assembly of actomyosin apparatus involved in cytokinesis +   
axonemal basal plate assembly 
axonemal central apparatus assembly  
axonemal outer doublet assembly 
axoneme assembly +   
base-excision repair, AP site formation +   
base-excision repair, base-free sugar-phosphate removal  
base-excision repair, gap-filling  
bilobe structure assembly 
brush border assembly +   
cell junction assembly +   
cell plate assembly +  
cell projection assembly +   
cell septum assembly +   
cell wall assembly +  
cellular component assembly involved in morphogenesis +   
chiasma assembly  
chromatin assembly +   
ciliary pro-basal body maturation 
ciliary transition zone assembly  
DIM/DIP cell wall layer assembly 
DNA biosynthetic process +   
DNA catabolic process +   
DNA double-strand break processing +   
DNA excision +   
DNA integration +   
DNA ligation +   
DNA modification +   
DNA protection  
DNA recombination +   
DNA repair +   
DNA replication initiation +   
DNA replication termination +   
DNA replication, Okazaki fragment processing +   
DNA replication, synthesis of RNA primer +   
DNA strand elongation +   
DNA strand resection involved in replication fork processing +   
DNA topological change  
DNA-dependent DNA replication maintenance of fidelity +   
double membrane vesicle viral factory assembly 
eisosome assembly 
endoplasmic reticulum cisternal network assembly 
endoplasmic reticulum tubular network formation  
equatorial microtubule organizing center assembly 
establishment of imprinting at mating-type locus +   
exosporium assembly 
extracellular matrix assembly +   
formation of extrachromosomal circular DNA +   
Excision from the chromosome and circularization of a region of chromosomal DNA, generally, but not always, via homologous recombination between direct tandem repeats.
G-quadruplex DNA formation  
gap filling involved in double-strand break repair via nonhomologous end joining 
Golgi reassembly +   
granum assembly 
heteroduplex formation +  
hyaluranon cable assembly +   
inclusion body assembly +   
intermediate filament bundle assembly +   
interphase microtubule organizing center assembly 
intranuclear rod assembly 
lagging strand initiation 
lateral element assembly  
linear element assembly +  
maintenance of DNA methylation  
maintenance of DNA repeat elements +   
maintenance of imprinting at mating-type locus 
manchette assembly  
medial membrane band assembly 
membrane assembly +   
metallo-sulfur cluster assembly +   
mitochondrial DNA metabolic process +   
mitotic nuclear pore complex disassembly 
mycolate cell wall layer assembly 
negative regulation of DNA metabolic process +   
neutrophic extracellular trap formation 
nuclear dicing body assembly 
nucleotide-excision repair, DNA gap filling  
nucleus-vacuole junction assembly 
organelle assembly +   
plastid DNA metabolic process +  
pole plasm assembly +   
positive regulation of DNA metabolic process +   
postsynapse assembly +   
preprophase band assembly 
presynapse assembly +   
presynaptic active zone assembly +   
programmed DNA elimination +   
protein aggregate center assembly  
protein-containing complex assembly +   
R-loop disassembly  
regulation of DNA metabolic process +   
removal of nonhomologous ends +  
resolution of recombination intermediates +   
spindle midzone assembly +   
spindle pole body duplication +  
strand displacement +   
strand invasion +   
synaptonemal complex assembly +   
telomere assembly +   
telomere maintenance +   
viral procapsid maturation 

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: assembly of extrachromosomal circular DNA
Definition Sources: GOC:jh, PMID:12044938

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