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GO:0009442 allantoin assimilation pathway

Term Information

ID GO:0009442
Name allantoin assimilation pathway
Ontology Biological Process
Definition The pathways by which allantoin is processed and converted to ureidoglycolate, and then into metabolically useful substrates. E. coli are able to utilize allantoin as a sole nitrogen source under anaerobic conditions by converting it to ureidoglycolate; this may be further metabolized to produce glyoxylate and thence 3-phosphoglycerate, or alternatively oxidized to oxolureate, which can converted into oxamate and carbamoylphosphate. This may then be further metabolized to CO2, NH4+ and ATP.
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Type Synonym
exact allantoin catabolic process via ureidoglycolate
related allantoin degradation pathway
exact allantoin catabolism via ureidoglycolate

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Database ID
InterPro IPR017591
MetaCyc PWY0-41

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Co-occurring Terms

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Change Log

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The pathways by which allantoin is processed and converted to ureidoglycolate, and then into metabolically useful substrates. E. coli are able to utilize allantoin as a sole nitrogen source under anaerobic conditions by converting it to ureidoglycolate; this may be further metabolized to produce glyoxylate and thence 3-phosphoglycerate, or alternatively oxidized to oxolureate, which can converted into oxamate and carbamoylphosphate. This may then be further metabolized to CO2, NH4+ and ATP.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The pathways by which allantoin is processed and converted to ureidoglycolate, and then into metabolically useful substrates. E. coli are able to utilize allantoin as a sole nitrogen source under anaerobic conditions by converting it to ureidoglycolate; this may be further metabolized to produce glyoxylate and thence 3-phosphoglycerate, or alternatively oxidized to oxolureate, which can converted into oxamate and carbamoylphosphate. This may then be further metabolized to CO2, NH4+ and ATP.
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0000256 (allantoin catabolic process)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM allantoin catabolic process via ureidoglycolate
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM allantoin catabolism via ureidoglycolate
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM allantoin degradation pathway
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM allantoin catabolic process via ureidoglycolate
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM allantoin catabolism via ureidoglycolate
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM allantoin degradation pathway
2007-01-15 Added SYNONYM allantoin catabolic process via ureidoglycolate
2005-07-09 Updated TERM allantoin assimilation pathway
2005-07-09 Added SYNONYM allantoin catabolism via ureidoglycolate
2005-07-09 Added SYNONYM allantoin degradation pathway
2005-07-06 Added DEFINITION The pathways by which allantoin is processed and converted to ureidoglycolate, and then into metabolically useful substrates. E. coli are able to utilize allantoin as a sole nitrogen source under anaerobic conditions by converting it to ureidoglycolate; this may be further metabolized to produce glyoxylate and thence 3-phosphoglycerate, or alternatively oxidized to oxolureate, which can converted into oxamate and carbamoylphosphate. This may then be further metabolized to CO2, NH4+ and ATP.
2003-10-27 Added XREF MetaCyc:PWY0-41
2002-02-06 Updated TERM allantoin assimilation
2001-04-03 Updated TERM allantoin assimilation
2001-03-30 Added TERM allantoin assimilation

Term

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2005-07-09 Updated TERM allantoin assimilation pathway
2002-02-06 Updated TERM allantoin assimilation
2001-04-03 Updated TERM allantoin assimilation
2001-03-30 Added TERM allantoin assimilation

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The pathways by which allantoin is processed and converted to ureidoglycolate, and then into metabolically useful substrates. E. coli are able to utilize allantoin as a sole nitrogen source under anaerobic conditions by converting it to ureidoglycolate; this may be further metabolized to produce glyoxylate and thence 3-phosphoglycerate, or alternatively oxidized to oxolureate, which can converted into oxamate and carbamoylphosphate. This may then be further metabolized to CO2, NH4+ and ATP.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The pathways by which allantoin is processed and converted to ureidoglycolate, and then into metabolically useful substrates. E. coli are able to utilize allantoin as a sole nitrogen source under anaerobic conditions by converting it to ureidoglycolate; this may be further metabolized to produce glyoxylate and thence 3-phosphoglycerate, or alternatively oxidized to oxolureate, which can converted into oxamate and carbamoylphosphate. This may then be further metabolized to CO2, NH4+ and ATP.
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM allantoin catabolic process via ureidoglycolate
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM allantoin catabolism via ureidoglycolate
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM allantoin degradation pathway
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM allantoin catabolic process via ureidoglycolate
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM allantoin catabolism via ureidoglycolate
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM allantoin degradation pathway
2007-01-15 Added SYNONYM allantoin catabolic process via ureidoglycolate
2005-07-09 Added SYNONYM allantoin catabolism via ureidoglycolate
2005-07-09 Added SYNONYM allantoin degradation pathway
2005-07-06 Added DEFINITION The pathways by which allantoin is processed and converted to ureidoglycolate, and then into metabolically useful substrates. E. coli are able to utilize allantoin as a sole nitrogen source under anaerobic conditions by converting it to ureidoglycolate; this may be further metabolized to produce glyoxylate and thence 3-phosphoglycerate, or alternatively oxidized to oxolureate, which can converted into oxamate and carbamoylphosphate. This may then be further metabolized to CO2, NH4+ and ATP.

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0000256 (allantoin catabolic process)

Cross-references

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2003-10-27 Added XREF MetaCyc:PWY0-41
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