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Term Information

Accession
GO:1900724
Name
positive regulation of protein adenylylation
Ontology
biological_process
Synonyms
activation of protein AMPylation, activation of protein adenylation, activation of protein amino acid adenylylation, positive regulation of protein AMPylation, positive regulation of protein adenylation, positive regulation of protein amino acid adenylylation, up regulation of protein AMPylation, up regulation of protein adenylation, up regulation of protein adenylylation, up regulation of protein amino acid adenylylation, up-regulation of protein AMPylation, up-regulation of protein adenylation, up-regulation of protein adenylylation, up-regulation of protein amino acid adenylylation, upregulation of protein AMPylation, upregulation of protein adenylation, upregulation of protein adenylylation, upregulation of protein amino acid adenylylation, activation of protein adenylylation
Alternate IDs
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Definition
Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of protein adenylylation. Source: GOC:TermGenie
Comment
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History
See term history for GO:1900724 at QuickGO
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Parents of positive regulation of protein adenylylation (GO:1900724)
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positive regulation of protein adenylylation [RO:0002213 relation] RO:0002213  protein adenylylation (GO:0018117)
positive regulation of protein adenylylation [is_a relation] is_a  positive regulation of protein modification process (GO:0031401)
positive regulation of protein adenylylation [is_a relation] is_a  regulation of protein adenylylation (GO:1900722)

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