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GO:0009275 Gram-positive-bacterium-type cell wall

Term Information

ID GO:0009275
Name Gram-positive-bacterium-type cell wall
Ontology Cellular Component
Definition A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (20-80nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. Examples of this component are found in Gram-positive bacteria.
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Type Synonym
exact 20-80nm peptidoglycan-based cell wall
exact cell wall of Gram-positive Bacteria

Taxon Constraints

The use of this term should conform to the following taxon constraints:
Taxon Rule Ancestor GO ID Ancestor GO Term Name Relationship Taxon ID Taxon Reference(s)
GOTAX:0000057 GO:0005623 cell only_in_taxon 131567 cellular organisms
GOTAX:0000114 GO:0009274 peptidoglycan-based cell wall only_in_taxon 2 Bacteria
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Co-occurrence statistics for GO:0009275 based on the entire annotation set Co-occurrence statistics for GO:0009275 based on non-IEA annotations only

Change Log

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2009-07-12 Deleted DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (20-80nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. As in but not restricted to the Gram-positive bacteria.
2009-07-12 Added DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (20-80nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. Examples of this component are found in Gram-positive bacteria.
2009-07-12 Deleted SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Firmicutes)
2009-07-12 Deleted SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Gram-positive Bacteria)
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (20-80nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. As in but not restricted to the Gram-positive bacteria.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (20-80nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. As in but not restricted to the Gram-positive bacteria.
2008-05-10 Updated TERM Gram-positive-bacterium-type cell wall
2008-05-10 Added SYNONYM 20-80nm peptidoglycan-based cell wall
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0009274 (peptidoglycan-based cell wall)
2007-10-07 Deleted SYNONYM murein sacculus
2007-10-07 Deleted SYNONYM peptidoglycan
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Firmicutes)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Gram-positive Bacteria)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM cell wall of Gram-positive Bacteria
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM murein sacculus
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM peptidoglycan
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Firmicutes)
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM cell wall of Gram-positive Bacteria
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM murein sacculus
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM peptidoglycan
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Gram-positive Bacteria)
2007-03-04 Updated TERM 20-80nm peptidoglycan-based cell wall
2007-02-12 Updated TERM 20-80nm peptidoglycan-containing cell wall
2007-02-06 Updated DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (20-80nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. As in but not restricted to the Gram-positive bacteria.
2007-02-04 Added SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Firmicutes)
2007-02-04 Added SYNONYM cell wall of Gram-positive Bacteria
2007-02-04 Updated TERM 20-80nm peptidoglycan cell wall
2007-01-18 Added SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Gram-positive Bacteria)
2007-01-18 Deleted SYNONYM cell wall (sensu the Gram-positive Bacteria research community)
2007-01-18 Updated TERM cell wall (sensu Firmicutes)
2007-01-15 Updated TERM cell wall (sensu the Firmicutes research community)
2007-01-15 Deleted SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Gram-positive bacteria)
2007-01-15 Added SYNONYM cell wall (sensu the Gram-positive Bacteria research community)
2006-02-18 Deleted SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Gram positive bacteria)
2006-02-18 Added SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Gram-positive bacteria)
2006-02-16 Updated DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (approximately 40 nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. As in but not restricted to the Gram-positive bacteria (Firmicutes, ncbi_taxonomy_id:1239).
2006-02-12 Added SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Gram positive bacteria)
2006-02-12 Updated TERM cell wall (sensu Firmicutes)
2006-02-11 Updated DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (approximately 40 nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. As in but not restricted to the Gram positive bacteria (Firmicutes, ncbi_taxonomy_id:1239).
2006-02-10 Updated DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (approximately 40 nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. as in but not restricted to the gram positive bacteria (Firmicutes, ncbi_taxonomy_id:1239).
2004-09-19 Updated DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (approximately 40 nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. As in, but not restricted to, the taxon Gram-positive bacteria.
2002-11-27 Added DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. In Gram positive cells the peptidoglycan is relatively thick (approximately 40 nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. Gram positive cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan.
2002-02-06 Updated TERM cell wall (sensu Gram-positive Bacteria)
2001-10-11 Updated TERM cell wall (sensu Gram-positive Bacteria)
2001-10-03 Added SYNONYM murein sacculus
2001-10-03 Added SYNONYM peptidoglycan
2001-04-03 Updated TERM cell wall (sensu gram-positive Bacteria)
2001-03-30 Added TERM cell wall (sensu gram-positive Bacteria)

Term

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2008-05-10 Updated TERM Gram-positive-bacterium-type cell wall
2007-03-04 Updated TERM 20-80nm peptidoglycan-based cell wall
2007-02-12 Updated TERM 20-80nm peptidoglycan-containing cell wall
2007-02-04 Updated TERM 20-80nm peptidoglycan cell wall
2007-01-18 Updated TERM cell wall (sensu Firmicutes)
2007-01-15 Updated TERM cell wall (sensu the Firmicutes research community)
2006-02-12 Updated TERM cell wall (sensu Firmicutes)
2002-02-06 Updated TERM cell wall (sensu Gram-positive Bacteria)
2001-10-11 Updated TERM cell wall (sensu Gram-positive Bacteria)
2001-04-03 Updated TERM cell wall (sensu gram-positive Bacteria)
2001-03-30 Added TERM cell wall (sensu gram-positive Bacteria)

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2009-07-12 Deleted DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (20-80nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. As in but not restricted to the Gram-positive bacteria.
2009-07-12 Added DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (20-80nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. Examples of this component are found in Gram-positive bacteria.
2009-07-12 Deleted SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Firmicutes)
2009-07-12 Deleted SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Gram-positive Bacteria)
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (20-80nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. As in but not restricted to the Gram-positive bacteria.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (20-80nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. As in but not restricted to the Gram-positive bacteria.
2008-05-10 Added SYNONYM 20-80nm peptidoglycan-based cell wall
2007-10-07 Deleted SYNONYM murein sacculus
2007-10-07 Deleted SYNONYM peptidoglycan
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Firmicutes)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Gram-positive Bacteria)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM cell wall of Gram-positive Bacteria
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM murein sacculus
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM peptidoglycan
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Firmicutes)
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM cell wall of Gram-positive Bacteria
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM murein sacculus
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM peptidoglycan
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Gram-positive Bacteria)
2007-02-06 Updated DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (20-80nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. As in but not restricted to the Gram-positive bacteria.
2007-02-04 Added SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Firmicutes)
2007-02-04 Added SYNONYM cell wall of Gram-positive Bacteria
2007-01-18 Added SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Gram-positive Bacteria)
2007-01-18 Deleted SYNONYM cell wall (sensu the Gram-positive Bacteria research community)
2007-01-15 Deleted SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Gram-positive bacteria)
2007-01-15 Added SYNONYM cell wall (sensu the Gram-positive Bacteria research community)
2006-02-18 Deleted SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Gram positive bacteria)
2006-02-18 Added SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Gram-positive bacteria)
2006-02-16 Updated DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (approximately 40 nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. As in but not restricted to the Gram-positive bacteria (Firmicutes, ncbi_taxonomy_id:1239).
2006-02-12 Added SYNONYM cell wall (sensu Gram positive bacteria)
2006-02-11 Updated DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (approximately 40 nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. As in but not restricted to the Gram positive bacteria (Firmicutes, ncbi_taxonomy_id:1239).
2006-02-10 Updated DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (approximately 40 nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. as in but not restricted to the gram positive bacteria (Firmicutes, ncbi_taxonomy_id:1239).
2004-09-19 Updated DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. The peptidoglycan is relatively thick (approximately 40 nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. The cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan. As in, but not restricted to, the taxon Gram-positive bacteria.
2002-11-27 Added DEFINITION A layer of peptidoglycan found outside of the cytoplasmic membrane. In Gram positive cells the peptidoglycan is relatively thick (approximately 40 nm) and retains the primary stain of the Gram procedure, thus cells appear blue after Gram stain. Gram positive cell walls often contain teichoic acids (acidic anionic polysaccharides) bound to the peptidoglycan.
2001-10-03 Added SYNONYM murein sacculus
2001-10-03 Added SYNONYM peptidoglycan

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0009274 (peptidoglycan-based cell wall)
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