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Category:GO:0009967 ! positive regulation of signal transduction

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DAG for GO:0009967id: GO:0009967

name: positive regulation of signal transduction
namespace: biological_process
alt_id: GO:0035468
def: "Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of signal transduction." [GOC:sm]
subset: gosubset_prok
synonym: "activation of signal transduction" NARROW []
synonym: "positive regulation of signaling pathway" RELATED []
synonym: "positive regulation of signalling pathway" RELATED [GOC:mah]
synonym: "stimulation of signal transduction" NARROW []
synonym: "up regulation of signal transduction" EXACT []
synonym: "up-regulation of signal transduction" EXACT []
synonym: "upregulation of signal transduction" EXACT []
is_a: GO:0009966 ! regulation of signal transduction
is_a: GO:0010647 ! positive regulation of cell communication
is_a: GO:0023056 ! positive regulation of signaling
is_a: GO:0048584 ! positive regulation of response to stimulus
relationship: positively_regulates: GO:0007165 ! signal transduction
intersection_of: GO:0008150 ! biological_process
intersection_of: positively_regulates GO:0007165 ! signal transduction

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