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GO Term History: Displaying 7 audit records for all terms for the date 2003-11-01

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2003-11-01 GO:0019566 arabinose metabolic process Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving arabinose, arabino-pentose. L-Arabinose occurs both free, for example in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, as a constituent of plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc. D-arabinose is a constituent of arabinonucleosides.
2003-11-01 GO:0046373 L-arabinose metabolic process Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, eg. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2003-11-01 GO:0015147 L-arabinose transmembrane transporter activity Updated DEFINITION Enables the directed movement of L-arabinose into, out of, within or between cells. Arabinose occurs free, for example in the heartwood of many conifers and in the combined states, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides, etc.
2003-11-01 GO:0018151 peptide cross-linking via L-histidyl-L-tyrosine Added DEFINITION The posttranslation modification of peptidyl-histidine and peptidyl-tyrosine to form a protein cross-link.
2003-11-01 GO:0018157 peptide cross-linking via an oxazole or thiazole Added DEFINITION The formation from simpler components of a peptidyl serine-peptidyl glycine, or peptidyl cysteine-peptidyl glycine cross-link by the condensation of the serine hydroxyl or cysteine thiol with the carbonyl of the preceding residue and alpha-beta dehydrogenation.
2003-11-01 GO:0018313 peptide cross-linking via L-alanyl-5-imidazolinone glycine Added DEFINITION The formation of a protein active site cross-link from the alpha-carboxyl carbon of residue N, an alanine, to the alpha-amino nitrogen of residue N+2, a glycine, coupled with the formation of a double bond to the alpha-amino nitrogen of residue N+1 which loses one hydrogen, and the loss of a molecule of water.
2003-11-01 GO:0018253 peptide cross-linking via 5-imidazolinone glycine Updated DEFINITION The formation of a protein active site cross-link from the alpha-carboxyl carbon of residue n, an alanine, serine or cysteine, to the alpha-amino nitrogen of residue n+2, a glycine, and a dehydration to form a double bond to the alpha-amino nitrogen of residue n+1. This cross-linking is coupled with an oxidation of residue n+1 to form an active aldehyde.

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Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2003-11-01 GO:0019566 arabinose metabolic process Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving arabinose, arabino-pentose. L-Arabinose occurs both free, for example in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, as a constituent of plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc. D-arabinose is a constituent of arabinonucleosides.
2003-11-01 GO:0046373 L-arabinose metabolic process Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, eg. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2003-11-01 GO:0015147 L-arabinose transmembrane transporter activity Updated DEFINITION Enables the directed movement of L-arabinose into, out of, within or between cells. Arabinose occurs free, for example in the heartwood of many conifers and in the combined states, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides, etc.
2003-11-01 GO:0018151 peptide cross-linking via L-histidyl-L-tyrosine Added DEFINITION The posttranslation modification of peptidyl-histidine and peptidyl-tyrosine to form a protein cross-link.
2003-11-01 GO:0018157 peptide cross-linking via an oxazole or thiazole Added DEFINITION The formation from simpler components of a peptidyl serine-peptidyl glycine, or peptidyl cysteine-peptidyl glycine cross-link by the condensation of the serine hydroxyl or cysteine thiol with the carbonyl of the preceding residue and alpha-beta dehydrogenation.
2003-11-01 GO:0018313 peptide cross-linking via L-alanyl-5-imidazolinone glycine Added DEFINITION The formation of a protein active site cross-link from the alpha-carboxyl carbon of residue N, an alanine, to the alpha-amino nitrogen of residue N+2, a glycine, coupled with the formation of a double bond to the alpha-amino nitrogen of residue N+1 which loses one hydrogen, and the loss of a molecule of water.
2003-11-01 GO:0018253 peptide cross-linking via 5-imidazolinone glycine Updated DEFINITION The formation of a protein active site cross-link from the alpha-carboxyl carbon of residue n, an alanine, serine or cysteine, to the alpha-amino nitrogen of residue n+2, a glycine, and a dehydration to form a double bond to the alpha-amino nitrogen of residue n+1. This cross-linking is coupled with an oxidation of residue n+1 to form an active aldehyde.
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