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Term:
purine nucleotide catabolic process (GO:0006195)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
bis(5'-nucleosidyl) oligophosphate catabolic process 
cyclic nucleotide catabolic process +   
deoxyribonucleotide catabolic process +   
diadenosine polyphosphate catabolic process +   
discadenine catabolic process 
flavin adenine dinucleotide catabolic process  
isopentenyl adenine catabolic process 
negative regulation of nucleotide catabolic process +  
negative regulation of purine nucleotide metabolic process +   
positive regulation of nucleotide catabolic process +  
positive regulation of purine nucleotide metabolic process +   
purine deoxyribonucleotide metabolic process +   
purine nucleobase catabolic process +   
purine nucleoside bisphosphate catabolic process +   
purine nucleoside catabolic process +   
purine nucleotide biosynthetic process +   
purine nucleotide catabolic process +   
The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the breakdown of a purine nucleotide, a compound consisting of nucleoside (a purine base linked to a deoxyribose or ribose sugar) esterified with a phosphate group at either the 3' or 5'-hydroxyl group of the sugar.
purine nucleotide interconversion +  
purine ribonucleotide metabolic process +   
pyridine nucleotide catabolic process +   
pyrimidine nucleotide catabolic process +   
regulation of nucleotide catabolic process +  
regulation of purine nucleotide metabolic process +   
ribonucleotide catabolic process +   
urate catabolic process  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: purine nucleotide breakdown ;   purine nucleotide catabolism ;   purine nucleotide degradation
Definition Sources: GOC:go_curators, ISBN:0198506732

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