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Term:
low-density lipoprotein particle receptor catabolic process (GO:0032802)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
epidermal growth factor catabolic process  
G protein-coupled receptor catabolic process  
histone catabolic process 
low-density lipoprotein particle receptor biosynthetic process +   
low-density lipoprotein particle receptor catabolic process +   
The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the breakdown of a low-density lipoprotein particle receptor molecule, a macromolecule that undergoes combination with a hormone, neurotransmitter, drug or intracellular messenger to initiate a change in cell function.
mitochondrial protein catabolic process  
negative regulation of cellular protein catabolic process +   
negative regulation of receptor catabolic process +   
neurotransmitter receptor catabolic process 
positive regulation of cellular protein catabolic process +   
positive regulation of receptor catabolic process +   
prosthetic group catabolic process 
protein catabolic process in the vacuole +   
protein denaturation 
proteolysis involved in cellular protein catabolic process +   
PSII associated light-harvesting complex II catabolic process +  
regulation of cellular protein catabolic process +   
regulation of receptor catabolic process +   
rhodopsin catabolic process 
Wnt receptor catabolic process  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: LDL receptor breakdown ;   LDL receptor catabolic process ;   LDL receptor degradation ;   low-density lipoprotein receptor breakdown ;   low-density lipoprotein receptor catabolic process ;   low-density lipoprotein receptor catabolism ;   low-density lipoprotein receptor degradation
Related Synonyms: LDL receptor catabolism
Definition Sources: GOC:mah

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