Each instance of this class represents a complex, multistep, black-box process. Details of the process may or may not actually be known, but are not described in this frame. Therefore, the entire process is considered to be a black box that we cannot see within. Examples of processes that might be represented in this manner are protein degradation, transcription and translation. When it is not clear whether a given transition is caused by a single reaction or by a complex process, use Unknown-Conversions.
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