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Term:
amyloid-beta clearance by cellular catabolic process (GO:0150094)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
aldehyde catabolic process +   
alkane catabolic process +  
alkene catabolic process +  
alkyne catabolic process +  
amyloid-beta clearance by cellular catabolic process  
The process in which amyloid-beta is removed from extracellular brain regions by cell surface receptor-mediated endocytosis, followed by intracellular degradation.
amyloid-beta clearance by transcytosis  
antibiotic catabolic process +   
aromatic compound catabolic process +   
autophagy +   
cellular alcohol catabolic process +  
cellular carbohydrate catabolic process +   
cellular lipid catabolic process +   
cellular macromolecule catabolic process +   
cellular nitrogen compound catabolic process +   
drug catabolic process +   
glycerol ether catabolic process 
heterocycle catabolic process +   
ketone catabolic process +   
negative regulation of amyloid-beta clearance  
negative regulation of cellular catabolic process +   
neurotransmitter catabolic process +   
organic acid catabolic process +   
organomercury catabolic process +  
peptide catabolic process +   
peptidyl-diphthamide catabolic process 
peptidyl-diphthine catabolic process 
pheromone catabolic process 
polyphosphate catabolic process  
positive regulation of amyloid-beta clearance  
positive regulation of cellular catabolic process +   
receptor catabolic process +   
regulation of amyloid-beta clearance +   
regulation of cellular catabolic process +   
sulfur compound catabolic process +   
toxin catabolic process +   
vitamin catabolic process +   
xenobiotic catabolic process +   

Synonyms
Narrow Synonyms: amyloid-beta clearance by phagocytosis
Definition Sources: GOC:aruk, GOC:bc, PMID:18289866

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