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GO:0039598 induction by virus of host nuclear polyadenylation-dependent mRNA catabolic process

This term is obsolete.
This term was made obsolete because it is unclear what role the viral protein is playing in this process. and there is insufficient evidence to use this term for annotation.

Term Information

ID GO:0039598
Name induction by virus of host nuclear polyadenylation-dependent mRNA catabolic process
Ontology Biological Process
Definition OBSOLETE. The process in which a virus increases the frequency, rate or extent of the breakdown of host messenger RNA (mRNA) initiated by the enzymatic addition of a sequence of adenylyl residues (polyadenylation) at the 3' end the target mRNA.
Comment This term was made obsolete because it is unclear what role the viral protein is playing in this process. and there is insufficient evidence to use this term for annotation.
GONUTS GO:0039598 Wiki Page

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Type Synonym
narrow virus-mediated host mRNA decay by hyperadenylation
related induction by virus of host nuclear poly(A)-dependent mRNA catabolic process

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Co-occurring Terms

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Change Log

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2013-05-18 Deleted DEFINITION The process in which a virus increases the frequency, rate or extent of the breakdown of host messenger RNA (mRNA) initiated by the enzymatic addition of a sequence of adenylyl residues (polyadenylation) at the 3' end the target mRNA.
2013-05-18 Added DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The process in which a virus increases the frequency, rate or extent of the breakdown of host messenger RNA (mRNA) initiated by the enzymatic addition of a sequence of adenylyl residues (polyadenylation) at the 3' end the target mRNA.
2013-05-18 Updated TERM induction by virus of host nuclear polyadenylation-dependent mRNA catabolic process
2013-05-18 Deleted RELATION is a GO:0039595 (induction by virus of catabolism of host mRNA)
2013-04-13 Added SYNONYM induction by virus of host nuclear poly(A)-dependent mRNA catabolic process
2012-07-22 Added DEFINITION The process in which a virus increases the frequency, rate or extent of the breakdown of host messenger RNA (mRNA) initiated by the enzymatic addition of a sequence of adenylyl residues (polyadenylation) at the 3' end the target mRNA.
2012-07-22 Added TERM induction by virus of host nuclear polyadenylation-dependent mRNA catabolic process
2012-07-22 Added SYNONYM virus-mediated host mRNA decay by hyperadenylation
2012-07-22 Added RELATION is a GO:0039595 (induction by virus of catabolism of host mRNA)

Term

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2013-05-18 Updated TERM induction by virus of host nuclear polyadenylation-dependent mRNA catabolic process
2012-07-22 Added TERM induction by virus of host nuclear polyadenylation-dependent mRNA catabolic process

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2013-05-18 Deleted DEFINITION The process in which a virus increases the frequency, rate or extent of the breakdown of host messenger RNA (mRNA) initiated by the enzymatic addition of a sequence of adenylyl residues (polyadenylation) at the 3' end the target mRNA.
2013-05-18 Added DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The process in which a virus increases the frequency, rate or extent of the breakdown of host messenger RNA (mRNA) initiated by the enzymatic addition of a sequence of adenylyl residues (polyadenylation) at the 3' end the target mRNA.
2013-04-13 Added SYNONYM induction by virus of host nuclear poly(A)-dependent mRNA catabolic process
2012-07-22 Added DEFINITION The process in which a virus increases the frequency, rate or extent of the breakdown of host messenger RNA (mRNA) initiated by the enzymatic addition of a sequence of adenylyl residues (polyadenylation) at the 3' end the target mRNA.
2012-07-22 Added SYNONYM virus-mediated host mRNA decay by hyperadenylation

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2013-05-18 Deleted RELATION is a GO:0039595 (induction by virus of catabolism of host mRNA)
2012-07-22 Added RELATION is a GO:0039595 (induction by virus of catabolism of host mRNA)
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