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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
actin filament organization +   
amyloid fibril formation +   
The generation of amyloid fibrils, insoluble fibrous protein aggregates exhibiting beta sheet structure, from proteins.
amyloid precursor protein metabolic process +   
cellular protein metabolic process +   
collagen fibril organization +   
cytochrome metabolic process +  
cytokine metabolic process +   
cytoplasmic microtubule organization +   
elastic fiber assembly  
fibronectin fibril organization  
glycoprotein metabolic process +   
granulocyte macrophage colony-stimulating factor production +   
hemoglobin metabolic process +   
hepatocyte growth factor production +   
holo-[acyl-carrier-protein] biosynthetic process 
insulin metabolic process +   
intermediate filament organization +   
intranuclear rod assembly 
lipoprotein metabolic process +   
lymphotoxin A production +   
metabolism by organism of protein in other organism involved in symbiotic interaction +   
microtubule depolymerization +   
microtubule polymerization +   
myofibril assembly +   
myosin filament organization +   
negative regulation of protein metabolic process +   
negative regulation of supramolecular fiber organization +   
positive regulation of protein metabolic process +   
positive regulation of supramolecular fiber organization +   
protein activation cascade +   
protein catabolic process +   
protein maturation +   
protein modification process +   
proteolysis +   
regulation of protein metabolic process +   
regulation of supramolecular fiber organization +   
thymidylate synthase biosynthetic process +   

Related Synonyms: amyloid fibril assembly ;   amyloid structure assembly ;   amyloid structure formation
Definition Sources: GOC:cvs, GOC:jj, GOC:ppm, GOC:sj, PMID:21148556, PMID:22817896, PMID:28937655, PMID:29654159

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