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GO Term calcium ion transport

Name calcium ion transport
Exact Synonym calcium transport
Narrow Synonyms mitochondrial sodium/calcium ion exchange | sodium:calcium exchange
Definition The directed movement of calcium (Ca) ions into, out of or within a cell, or between cells, by means of some agent such as a transporter or pore.
Ontology Biological Process
GO ID GO:0006816
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2. ALLis a biological_process Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references Has associated exposure references is a localization Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references Has associated exposure references is a establishment of localization Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references Has associated exposure references is a transport Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references Has associated exposure references is a ion transport Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references Has associated exposure references is a cation transport Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references is a divalent inorganic cation transport Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references is a divalent metal ion transport Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references is a calcium ion transport Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references

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calcium ion transport Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references
View nodeis a calcium ion export Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references
View nodeis a calcium ion import Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references
View nodeis a calcium ion transmembrane transport Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references
View nodeis a cytosolic calcium ion transport Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references
View nodeis a Golgi calcium ion transport Has associated genes Has associated diseases
View nodenegatively regulates negative regulation of calcium ion transport Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references
View nodepositively regulates positive regulation of calcium ion transport Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references
View noderegulates regulation of calcium ion transport Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references
View nodeis a sarcoplasmic reticulum calcium ion transport Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references
View nodeis a store-operated calcium entry Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references