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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:positive regulation of cell adhesion involved in single-species biofilm formation
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Accession:GO:1900189 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of cell adhesion involved in single-species biofilm formation.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: up regulation of cell adhesion involved in single-species biofilm formation;   upregulation of cell adhesion involved in single-species biofilm formation
 narrow_synonym: activation of cell adhesion involved in single-species biofilm formation
 related_synonym: activation of cell adhesion during single-species biofilm formation;   positive regulation of cell adhesion during single-species biofilm formation;   up regulation of cell adhesion during single-species biofilm formation;   upregulation of cell adhesion during single-species biofilm formation



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  biological_process 18734
    cellular process 17431
      positive regulation of cellular process 6029
        positive regulation of cell adhesion 501
          positive regulation of cell-substrate adhesion 149
            positive regulation of cell adhesion involved in single-species biofilm formation 0
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  biological_process 18734
    cellular process 17431
      cell aggregation 27
        aggregation of unicellular organisms 3
          biofilm formation 3
            submerged biofilm formation 0
              single-species submerged biofilm formation 0
                cell adhesion involved in single-species biofilm formation 0
                  regulation of cell adhesion involved in single-species biofilm formation 0
                    positive regulation of cell adhesion involved in single-species biofilm formation 0
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