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GO:0018253 peptide cross-linking via 5-imidazolinone glycine

Term Information

ID GO:0018253
Name peptide cross-linking via 5-imidazolinone glycine
Ontology Biological Process
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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Type Synonym
exact biosynthesis of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
exact biosynthetic process of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine

Cross-references

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RESID AA0184
RESID AA0187
RESID AA0188

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Child Terms

This table lists all terms that are direct descendants (child terms) of GO:0018253:
Relationship To GO:0018253 Child Term Child Term Name
Is a GO:0018252 peptide cross-linking via L-seryl-5-imidazolinone glycine
Is a GO:0018313 peptide cross-linking via L-alanyl-5-imidazolinone glycine
Is a GO:0050745 peptide cross-linking via L-cysteinyl-5-imidazolinone glycine
Is a GO:0051360 peptide cross-linking via L-asparagine 5-imidazolinone glycine
Is a GO:0051361 peptide cross-linking via L-lysine 5-imidazolinone glycine
Is a GO:0051362 peptide cross-linking via 2-tetrahydropyridinyl-5-imidazolinone glycine

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Co-occurring Terms

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Co-occurrence statistics for GO:0018253 based on the entire annotation set Co-occurrence statistics for GO:0018253 based on non-IEA annotations only

Change Log

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2008-05-13 Added 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.
2008-05-12 Deleted 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.
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0018149 (peptide cross-linking)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0018201 (peptidyl-glycine modification)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM biosynthesis of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM biosynthetic process of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM biosynthetic process of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM biosynthesis of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2007-01-15 Added SYNONYM biosynthetic process of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2005-02-24 Added XREF RESID:AA0188
2005-02-24 Added XREF RESID:AA0187
2005-02-24 Added XREF RESID:AA0184
2004-04-19 Added SYNONYM biosynthesis of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2004-04-16 Deleted SYNONYM biosynthesis of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2003-11-03 Updated TERM peptide cross-linking via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2003-11-03 Added SYNONYM biosynthesis of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2003-11-01 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.
2003-10-24 Updated DEFINITION The formation a protein active site cross-link from the alpha-carboxyl carbon of residue n, an alanine 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.
2002-11-27 Added DEFINITION The formation a protein active site cross-link from the alpha-carboxyl carbon of residue N, an alanine 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.
2001-12-05 Updated TERM biosynthesis of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2001-10-01 Added TERM protein-protein cross-linking via L-cysteinyl-5-imidazolinone glycine

Term

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2003-11-03 Updated TERM peptide cross-linking via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2001-12-05 Updated TERM biosynthesis of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2001-10-01 Added TERM protein-protein cross-linking via L-cysteinyl-5-imidazolinone glycine

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2008-05-13 Added 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.
2008-05-12 Deleted 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.
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM biosynthesis of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM biosynthetic process of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM biosynthetic process of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM biosynthesis of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2007-01-15 Added SYNONYM biosynthetic process of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2004-04-19 Added SYNONYM biosynthesis of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2004-04-16 Deleted SYNONYM biosynthesis of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2003-11-03 Added SYNONYM biosynthesis of protein-protein cross-link via 5-imidazolinone glycine
2003-11-01 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.
2003-10-24 Updated DEFINITION The formation a protein active site cross-link from the alpha-carboxyl carbon of residue n, an alanine 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.
2002-11-27 Added DEFINITION The formation a protein active site cross-link from the alpha-carboxyl carbon of residue N, an alanine 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.

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0018149 (peptide cross-linking)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0018201 (peptidyl-glycine modification)

Cross-references

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2005-02-24 Added XREF RESID:AA0188
2005-02-24 Added XREF RESID:AA0187
2005-02-24 Added XREF RESID:AA0184
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