Secondary metabolic process | GE Dharmacon

Secondary metabolic process: The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in many of the chemical changes of compounds that are not necessarily required for growth and maintenance of cells, and are often unique to a taxon. In multicellular organisms secondary metabolism is generally carried out in specific cell types, and may be useful for the organism as a whole. In unicellular organisms, secondary metabolism is often used for the production of antibiotics or for the utilization and acquisition of unusual nutrients. [GOC:go_curators]

CYP1A1

OCA2

DDC

TYRP1

AK4

PAM

BDH2

STAR

PMEL

AKR7A2

AKR1B10

CYP1A2

CRH

BCL2

CYP2D6

CYP2A6

AKR1B1

AKR1C4

DDT

EPHX2

ARL1

ASIP

AKR1C3

AKR1C2

ATN1

FMO1

AKR1C1

PON3

CYP1B1

CBR4

FMO2

UGT1A7

UGT1A8

AS3MT

MYO5A

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