Subcellular Protein Localization Process

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A Subcellular Protein Localization Process is a Cellular Process within a Cell that is Triggered when a Protein has been Created and concludes when the Protein stops at a specific Localization Target/Cellular Location (a Protein Localization Event).



References

2009

  • http://www.ebi.ac.uk/ego/DisplayGoTerm?id=GO:0008104
    • "The processes by which a Protein is transported to, or maintained in, a specific location."
    • Child Terms:
      • GO:0008105: asymmetric protein localization
      • GO:0045184: establishment of protein localization
      • GO:0045185: maintenance of protein localization
      • GO:0031503: protein complex localization
      • GO:0043143: translational machinery localization
      • GO:0046752: viral capsid precursor localization in host cell nucleus