organic anion transport

id: GO:0015711
name: organic anion transport
namespace: biological_process
type: go
obsolete: False

Description: The directed movement of organic anions into, out of or within a cell, or between cells, by means of some agent such as a transporter or pore. Organic anions are atoms or small molecules with a negative charge which contain carbon in covalent linkage.

Child Functions

GO:0006846acetate transport
GO:0006848pyruvate transport
GO:0015701bicarbonate transport
GO:0015713phosphoglycerate transport
GO:0015714phosphoenolpyruvate transport
GO:0015716phosphonate transport
GO:0015724formate transport
GO:0015727lactate transport
GO:0015730propanoate transport
GO:0015733shikimate transport
GO:0015736hexuronate transport
GO:0015741fumarate transport
GO:0015742alpha-ketoglutarate transport
GO:0015744succinate transport
GO:0015746citrate transport
GO:0015747urate transport
GO:0015748organophosphate ester transport
GO:0015810aspartate transport
GO:0015813L-glutamate transport
GO:0015830diaminopimelate transport
GO:0019532oxalate transport
GO:0043251sodium-dependent organic anion transport
GO:0043252sodium-independent organic anion transport

Parent Functions

GO:0006820anion transport