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Term:
methionine transport (GO:0015821)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
achromobactin transport 
alanine transport +   
aluminum cation transport 
ammonium transport +   
arginine transport +   
asparagine transport +   
beta-alanine transport  
cation transmembrane transport +   
cysteine transport +   
D-amino acid transport +   
dicarboxylic acid transport +   
dopamine transport +   
gamma-aminobutyric acid transport +   
ganglioside GM1 transport to membrane  
glutamine transport +   
glycine transport +   
histamine transport +   
histidine transport +   
homoserine transport 
hydroxyproline transport  
icosanoid transport +   
L-amino acid transport +   
L-ascorbic acid transmembrane transport  
L-cystine transport +   
L-histidine transmembrane transport +   
L-histidine transport +   
L-lysine transport +   
lead ion transport  
leucine transport +   
lithium ion transport +  
lysine transport +   
metal ion transport +   
methionine transport +   
The directed movement of methionine, 2-amino-4-(methylthio)butanoic acid, into, out of or within a cell, or between cells, by means of some agent such as a transporter or pore.
methylammonium transport +  
monocarboxylic acid transport +   
organic cation transport +   
ornithine transport +   
phenylalanine transport  
potassium ion transport +   
proline transport +   
serine transport +   
serotonin transport +   
sialic acid transport  
sodium ion transport +   
spermine transport +   
threonine transport +   
transepithelial L-ascorbic acid transport  
transition metal ion transport +   
tricarboxylic acid transport +   
tryptophan transport +   
tyramine secretion +  
UDP-glucuronic acid transmembrane transport  
valine transport +   

Synonyms
Narrow Synonyms: L-methionine transport
Definition Sources: GOC:ai

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