Extending plumbing vent horizontally


I am planning to finish the basement and have some questions regarding the plumbing.

The builder already have the bathroom rough in but the location is at middle of the basement. I want to have the bathroom located in a corner. This rough in vent is the only one that I believe that I can use, unless I go with "wet vent" method.

Unfortunately this pipe is about 20 feet to the corner. So my question is: is it OK to extend this pipe 20 feet horizontally the connect it to bathroom toilet, shower and sink?

I am also planning to move the laundry room to the basement. In order to use the vent pipe, the branch to the laundry will have to go up to the ceiling first, the go down. Is it OK?

| vent | |---------------------------------+ +------| |-> laundry + -----------+ | |---------->...
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