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Term Information

Accession
GO:1904860
Name
DNA synthesis involved in mitotic DNA replication
Ontology
biological_process
Synonyms
DNA anabolism involved in DNA replication involved in S phase involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA anabolism involved in DNA replication involved in S-phase involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA anabolism involved in mitotic DNA replication, DNA anabolism involved in mitotic cell cycle DNA replication, DNA anabolism involved in mitotic nuclear cell cycle DNA replication, DNA biosynthesis involved in DNA replication involved in S phase involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA biosynthesis involved in DNA replication involved in S-phase involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA biosynthesis involved in mitotic DNA replication, DNA biosynthesis involved in mitotic cell cycle DNA replication, DNA biosynthesis involved in mitotic nuclear cell cycle DNA replication, DNA biosynthetic process involved in DNA replication involved in S phase involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA biosynthetic process involved in DNA replication involved in S-phase involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA biosynthetic process involved in mitotic DNA replication, DNA biosynthetic process involved in mitotic cell cycle DNA replication, DNA biosynthetic process involved in mitotic nuclear cell cycle DNA replication, DNA formation involved in DNA replication involved in S phase involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA formation involved in DNA replication involved in S-phase involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA formation involved in mitotic DNA replication, DNA formation involved in mitotic cell cycle DNA replication, DNA formation involved in mitotic nuclear cell cycle DNA replication, DNA synthesis involved in DNA replication involved in S phase involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA synthesis involved in DNA replication involved in S-phase involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA synthesis involved in mitotic cell cycle DNA replication, DNA synthesis involved in mitotic nuclear cell cycle DNA replication, DNA anabolism involved in DNA replication during S phase involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA anabolism involved in nuclear cell cycle DNA replication involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA biosynthesis involved in DNA replication during S phase involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA biosynthesis involved in nuclear cell cycle DNA replication involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA biosynthetic process involved in DNA replication during S phase involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA biosynthetic process involved in nuclear cell cycle DNA replication involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA formation involved in DNA replication during S phase involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA formation involved in nuclear cell cycle DNA replication involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA synthesis involved in DNA replication during S phase involved in mitotic cell cycle, DNA synthesis involved in nuclear cell cycle DNA replication involved in mitotic cell cycle
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Definition
Any DNA biosynthetic process that is involved in mitotic DNA replication. Source: GO_REF:0000060, GOC:TermGenie, PMID:16849602
Comment
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History
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DNA synthesis involved in mitotic DNA replication [is_a relation] is_a  DNA synthesis involved in DNA replication (GO:0090592)
DNA synthesis involved in mitotic DNA replication [BFO:0000050 relation] BFO:0000050  mitotic DNA replication (GO:1902969)
DNA synthesis involved in mitotic DNA replication [is_a relation] is_a  mitotic cell cycle process (GO:1903047)

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